Leeds have been asked to move in for a loan deal for Arsenal youth central defender Zech Medley in the coming winter transfer window which reopens in coming weeks.
The 18-year-old was snubbed by manager Unai Emery in the last Carabao Cup clash against North London rivals Tottenham and that is why Leeds United have been linked to him.
Leeds United boss Marcelo Dielsa has already hinted his side will not be involved in the winter transfer window owing to the lack of funds which makes a loan move for the Arsenal lad a big deal for the club, knowing that they are currently battling injury crisis.
However, Zech Medley came in from the Chelsea youth side and has proved in the past to be a very versatile defender who is not limited to any role on the pitch.
It is well established that Zech Medley is not in the plans of Spanish boss Unai Emery at the moment which will make it a good move for him away to secure regular playing time.
There is no doubt that the North London side will sanction a loan move for Zech Medley on the condition that he would be treated well by the club with regular playing time.