Leeds winger Hadi Sacko has tonight tweeted that he will be back before long after missing the last couple of games through injury. Sacko has been a key player this season as Leeds look to extend their season by at least two more games.

Of all the players who have come in for criticism this season Hadi Sacko is close to the top of the list. The French winger has been through some up and down spells during his loan spell at the club and the future is still unknown for the Sporting Lisbon player. There is no doubting that Sacko has the potential to make it at this level but at times he can frustrate as well as excite and his end product has been the key to his critics.

Sacko arrived from Sporting Lisbon with expectations high and has made a big impact at the football club. With Kemar Roofe, Stuart Dallas, Souleymane Doukara, Mo Barrow and Alfonso Pedraza all already at the football club he has had some serious competition but often keeps his place. If Leeds were to sign Hadi Sacko then he would certainly be a player who would need work, but again certainly a player who could cut it given time and moulding.

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