Mills: Alioski choosing from one of 'three options on the table' as Leeds crunch revealed
Ezgjan Alioski will turn his attention to his Leeds United future after North Macedonia’s European Championships campaign has ended.
That is the view of ex-Whites and England defender Danny Mills, speaking exclusively to Football Insider as North Macedonia finished bottom of Group C after their 3-0 defeat to the Netherlands.
Alioski started all three games for his country as they competed in their first-ever major tournament.
He is out of contract with Leeds United at the end of the month.
Football Insider revealed on 4 June the left-sided player had been offered a new and improved deal.
The Yorkshire Evening Post reported yesterday (21 June) they have not given up hope of securing him to a new deal.
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“It’s probably about what other options he has and what else is on the table,” Mills told Football Insider correspondent Connor Whitley.
“Does somebody else come in? Does somebody offer him a better deal?
“I would suggest that he’ll have up to three options on the table and he’s just trying to work out which is the best option.
“There might be some that are better financially but he has to decide whether that’s the right way to go or whether the best option is to stick where he is.
“Now, he can look at his future and sit down and make real decisions.
“All his efforts were going into the North Macedonia games to give the best performances to see what they can do and what he can produce.
“Now, he can sit down and assess the situation, look at the realistic options. He’ll look at who else might come into Leeds and if he may be moved down the pecking order. Then he can go from there.”