Pablo Hernández has revealed that he has had “talks” with Leeds United about his future at the club, with his contract due to run out next summer.
BBC journalist Adam Pope provided the update on Twitter and revealed that the player is happy at Leeds currently, but is just focusing on the upcoming games and not what’s going to happen next summer.
PH, who is in the last year of his contract, says he has had “small talks” with the club about his future. He’s happy at #lufc where his focus is on a big concentration of matches up to Xmas rather than thinking about next summer.
— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) November 30, 2017
Hernandez has been at Leeds since August 2016, having been loaned from Al-Arabi to the club before making the move permanent in January 2017.
The winger has played 56 times for Leeds, scoring 10 goals and grabbing 12 assists during his time at the club.
Of those 56 appearances, 20 have been made this season with the 32-year-old being an established member of the first team – he’s featured in all but one of their Championship games this season.
As it stands the 32-year-old’s contract is set to expire on June 2018, and Leeds will be keen to tie the star down with the player able to speak to foreign sides about a free transfer in January.
The Whites have won two out of their last six league games and sit eighth in the table with 29 points, three points off the play-off positions.
Leeds United face a tough task in their next game against Aston Villa on Friday, as the Villans go into the game having won their last three games.
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