Recently it’s been reported Leeds United were interested in Juventus defender Frederik Sorensen and were ready to take him on loan.
The Danish defender spent last season on loan at Bologna from Serie A champions Juventus. At Bologna, Sorensen struggled to establish himself as a regular and performed poorly. As a result, the young defender was ousted from the starting eleven and was used scarcely for the rest of the season. With that being said, a change of scenery could benefit the player immensely. Also, while it may not have been his best season, Sorensen, on occasion, showed a few glimpses of his potential. In the right situation, it is possible that the defender can thrive.
According to Alfredo Pedullà, English side Leeds United have agreed with Juventus to take the young Dane on a loan deal with a estimated 400,000€ compensation with an option to buy set at 3 million€ plus bonuses at the end of the season. The deal will be concluded this morning.
Sorensen made 13 appearances for Bologna last season with two of those appearances coming off the bench.