By Harvey Byrne
Leeds’ attacking mainstay Hadi Sacko has bid farewell to the club’s fan base on Twitter after the season’s end on Sunday.
The 23-year-old wide-man is currently set to return to Portuguese giants Sporting Libson after joining the Whites on a season-long loan deal in the summer.
He had established himself as a frequent member in Garry Monk’s team and played in 42 matches for the club in all competitions, returning two goals and four assists.
However, with the club failing to finish in a promotion spot this season a number of the Leeds loanees’ futures at the club have been thrown into doubt and that included Sacko, who shared on his personal Twitter account on Monday that he wasn’t sure if it was an “adieu” or “au revoir” now, which translates to goodbye or goodbye until we meet again in French.
— Hadi Sacko (@miimosaa) May 8, 2017
Leeds brought in five players on temporary deals last summer, including Sacko, while Monk also added Modou Barrow and Alfonso Pedraza to his squad on loan in January.
Star defender Pontus Jansson has already had his deal turned into a permanent, which is set to activate when his loan contract ends, while attacker Pablo Hernandez also agreed a contract at the club in January.
However, it is not yet known where the futures of Kyle Bartley, Pedraza and Sacko lie.
In other Leeds news, Tom Cairney shared a Twitter message on Sunday that will twist the knife for fans.