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Leeds United set for £10m windfall in 2024 as transfer stance of European club emerges – Report

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Leeds United look set to command a similar fee for Max Wöber that they paid for him back in January, with Borussia Monchengladbach eager to make his stay permanent.

The Whites have plenty to worry themselves about at Elland Road this season with the gap to the top two alarming right now in the Championship.

Their 2024 transfer business might be a long way away right now as focus turns to a West Yorkshire derby this weekend, but some clubs are already eager to take Leeds’ loaned-out players permanently.

How is Max Wöber getting on?

Departing Leeds on loan for Borussia Monchengladbach was Max Wöber, one of three players who headed to the Bundesliga in the summer.

His arrival in their defence hasn’t stopped a flow of goals against this season with 19 goals conceded in eight games and just one win on the board so far, not doing well despite parting ways with Daniel Farke in the summer.

The Austrian international has managed to notch two assists in his eight Bundesliga appearances so far this season though, gaining praise from the media in the process.

What’s the latest?

German outlet Kicker, relayed by Fussball News, are now claiming that Monchengladbach are keen on making Wöber’s stay at the club permanent in 2024.

He joined Leeds for around £10million (€11.5m) in the January window, and it appears that the Bundesliga side are eyeing a similar fee to bring him in.

It is claimed that a fee in the lower double-digits (euro’s) will be needed to convince Leeds to sell, seemingly wanting to break even on the defender.

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We would likely bite your hand off to break even on Wöber in the summer of 2024, and he would help us fund a real defensive rebuild.

He turned his back on the club during a tough time, and we won’t be welcoming him back next season, so selling him is the only option.

The fact that he’s doing enough to get our money back for him gives us a real chance of cashing in and shaping our squad better.

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