Real Betis may re-open their interest in Leeds United midfielder Marc Roca if the club are relegated from the Premier League this weekend.
Roca, 26, joined Leeds last summer from Bayern Munich for approximately $13m but has failed to make the impact expected on a Leeds midfield that has drastically felt the loss of Kalvin Phillips and Mateusz Klich this season.
Leeds United midfielder Marc Roca set for La Liga switch?
According to the Spanish news outlet Estadio Deportivo, if Leeds United are relegated on Sunday, Real Betis manager Manuel Pellegrini is expected to make a move for the Spanish midfielder as they are on the lookout for a left-footed pivot in the middle of the midfield to replace the outgoing Guido Rodriguez.
Fellow Spanish manager Javi Gracia was reportedly a huge fan of Roca during their short time working together at Elland Road and the 26-year-old will likely cost a figure of around $10m this summer.