Rasmus Kristensen was ultimately loaned out to AS Roma because he didn’t want to spend time in the Championship with Leeds United following relegation.

Although they were aiming to get rid of Rick Karsdorp, which ultimately didn’t happen, this team already possessed two right backs.

The Leeds loanee was consequently excluded off his new club’s Europa League roster, which is now creating extra issues, claims Gazzetta dello Sport.

Due to AS Roma’s ‘dry no’ response to Galatasaray’s requests to borrow Zeki Celik on loan, Galatasaray is interested in doing so.

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The reason behind this is because the club couldn’t include the Leeds player in their Europa League roster, and if they let the Turkish defender go, they wouldn’t have enough right backs for the matchup.

Because of this, José Mourinho ‘blocked’ the potential loan of one of his two players to fill the position, further complicating and ultimately unneeded this arrangement between Roma and Leeds.
Add to that the recent struggles Kristensen has had with both the Italians and his national team, and it appears the Dane may have a difficult season ahead of him.Roma

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