“Impressive with and without the ball, the Argentine centre-back completed more clearances (3.5 per 90 minutes) than any other player across Feyenoord’s two Europa Conference League games this season, as well as having the best passing accuracy (84.76%).”
And, when you compare some of his key stats to that of club captain Liam Cooper, it’s the Argentine who favours considerably better.
As per Whoscored, Senesi averages a far better average match rating than the Scot (7.09 to 6.81), while he commits far fewer fouls per outing and catches opposition strikers more times on average than Cooper too.
And, Senesi also wins a higher percentage of his duels (68% to 63%), and completes more dribbles per game too – making him very much someone who could complement Diego Llorente at the heart of the Leeds defence.
Those stats don’t even mention how much better Senesi is on the ball, having registered more assists, averaging more key passes per game, and also boasting a far better passing accuracy for passes made into the opposition half.
The £16.2m-rated star could represent a real upgrade on Cooper.