Leeds United president Massimo Cellino has discussed Dario del Fabro and Adryan during an interview Italian radio station Radiolina, with quotes reported by Cagliari News 24.
Cellino has recently returned to call the shots at Leeds after having his disqualification lifted by the Football League - and already, there is drama at Elland Road.
Manager Neil Redfearn is out of contract and looks set to leave the club after Cellino slammed the Leeds boss in an interview with the Daily Mirror, whilst the BBC report that ex-Brentford and Wigan boss Uwe Rosler is in talks over becoming the next manager of the Whites.
Whilst Cellino has decisions to make in the dugout, there are also futures that need deciding in the playing squad, with a number of loan players set to return to their parent clubs this summer.
Defender Del Fabro and playmaker Adryan are two of those players, having spent the year in West Yorkshire on loan from Cagliari and Flamengo respectively.
Del Fabro has played just once in the Leeds first team this season, whilst Adryan didn't play at all after facing Watford at the end of February.
Leeds now need to decide whether to pursue permanent deals for the pair of 20-year-olds - and Cellino's comments to Radiolina suggested that Del Fabro is more likely to stay than Adryan.
"Del Fabro? He behaved very well, he is a great guy," said Cellino. "For me, he has great potential, but we need to see if he can become a player."
"Adryan was not part of the squad at Cagliari, so I pledged to bring him to England. The football here is not for him, it did not work," he added.