‘All I can focus on’ – Tottenham Hotspur loanee offers honest answer to Leeds United transfer question

Leeds United loan star Joe Rodon has refused to be drawn on the possibility of a long-term stay at Elland Road.

Rodon joined Leeds United in the summer to strengthen their defensive lineup. They came to an agreement with Tottenham Hotspur for a season-long loan, giving him the opportunity to play regularly outside of North London.

The Welshman has succeeded in finding it, and in the process, he has gained popularity at Elland Road. For Daniel Farke’s team, Rodon has been a constant. He has started all but one of the Championship games since the beginning of October and has played the entire ninety minutes in each one.

The Spurs loanee has now provided an open response to queries about the likelihood of a long-term stay with Leeds United, which is understandable given his well-liked reputation and outstanding performances.

According to Leeds Live, Rodon insisted that his entire concentration is on giving it his all on the field and declined to discuss his future.

When asked about a stay, he said, “I can’t answer that question.”

“I can only concentrate on the upcoming game and watch what transpires.”

“Obviously, I’m here for the season, and my goal is to succeed with this team and this club by giving it everything I’ve got.”

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Rodon’s future at Tottenham Hotspur will ultimately need to be decided, but it doesn’t appear like the time has arrived just yet. His contract with them runs until the summer of 2025, and he is guaranteed a spot until the end of the current campaign thanks to the Leeds United loan.

But if the Whites continue to play well, eventually the topic of a permanent transfer will undoubtedly come up again. Since Rodon has fallen down the Spurs’ hierarchy, he might decide to leave for better pastures in 2024 in order to resume playing regularly.

But in the interim, the former Swansea City player is fully committed to making an impact at Elland Road. Leeds United has had a successful Championship season, although they are still 10 points outside of the top two and third in the standings.

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