David Norris has exclusively told Football FanCast that he clubs would have contacted Leeds over Diego Llorente but expects the Spaniard to still be at the club next season.
The 27-year-old joined in a reported £18m deal from Valencia last summer, with his first campaign in the Premier League a season of two halves.
Injuries restricted Llorente to just a handful of appearances during the first half of the season, much to the frustration of the Elland Road faithful.
However, after returning from a groin and them hamstring problem, the defender found his best form in the Leeds side and quickly made himself undroppable.
Once forcing his way into the team, Llorente featured in every Premier League game until he was rested for the final-day victory over West Brom.
Following that brilliant end-of-season form, Leeds were reportedly preparing themselves for big offers, although they had no intention of cashing-in on the Spanish defender, who was named in their squad for Euro 2020, although he didn’t feature.
Asked whether he expects Leeds to face any interest for his services, Norris told FFC:
“I’m sure there would have been contact made – they’ll be keeping tabs on him. Leeds are not going to look to let him go, he’s going to cost a fortune.
“I don’t expect to see anything happen, unless one manager pushes the boat out and takes a risk.”