Hadi Sacko has dropped a huge hint that he will leave Leeds this summer, posting on Instagram that he will “never forget” his time at Elland Road.
Hadi Sacko has hardly kicked a ball for Leeds this season, but nonetheless fans are wishing him the best as he prepares for his departure from the club.
The one-cap Mali international signed permanently last summer after a successful loan spell under Garry Monk, but has made just one start this season.
The 24 year-old winger is a bit of a cult hero around Elland Road due to his attitude, and it’s fair to say Paul Heckingbottom could have used a direct pacey winger at times during his tenure.
Posting on his official Instagram account, Sakho said: “Not the season I expected on personal plan but no matter what you guys always have been great support, through all the ups and downs we faced this year.
“I just wanted to say thank you, I don’t know what the future will be made of but one thing is sure, I’ll never forget my time here.”
It sounds like the winger is on his way out of the club, as Paul Heckingbottom looks to revamp his squad this summer.
While there may be a few question marks over his quality, there certainly can’t be any qualms over his commitment, and it seems fans are going to miss the 24 year-old.
Some of the best Twitter reactions can be found below…
I thought you should have been used more. There were plenty of games we just needed someone to run at defenders.
— Craig Duxbury (@Crajik) May 14, 2018
Again i cant believe i have to say this again to another player but ignore the haters mate, didnt work out it appears but you have worn the shirt we would all die to wear just once. Good luck for the future if it lies elsewhere and always welcome back at ER #MOT #ALAW
— Dirty Filthy Leeds (@VileAnimals) May 14, 2018
It's so hard not to love Hadi😭😭
— JM🇬🇧 (@JoshLUFC_) May 14, 2018
Good luck what ever Hadi. Attitude as always is 👌one of my favourite players last season.
— Aram (@AramLian) May 14, 2018
We didn’t use you enough this season Hadi. Can’t help but think you’ll do so much better elsewhere. I will remember your better days under Monk when some weeks you were unplayable. All the best for the future!
— Scott Eaglen (@ScottEaglen) May 14, 2018
Good luck hadi shame it didn't work out
— Martyn Jones (@JonesMartyn) May 14, 2018
Gutted for you sacko you didn’t have the best season, chin up mate and good luck no matter what happens 👍🏻👏🏻 MOT
— Daniel Lloyd-Tompkin (@DanielLloydLUFC) May 14, 2018
All the best Hadi, shame it hasn’t worked out. Work hard, show team ethic and you will get long term benefit. Appears it won’t be at #lufc.
— WAFLL (@WAFLL4LIFE) May 14, 2018
Please stay 😭
— Sam🦍🇮🇨 (@sntnio) May 14, 2018