Report: Sunderland midfielder still to decide future, has had no contact from Leeds United

Jeremain Lens celebrates with Sebastian Larsson (L) and Jack Rodwell (C) after scoring the second goal for Sunderland

Sebastian Larsson will make a decision after the Euros, a report claims.


Sunderland's Sebastian Larsson in actionSunderland's Larsson could be on the move this summer

Sunderland have had no contact from Leeds United regarding Sebastian Larsson, the Sunderland Echo reports.

Larsson, who is currently with Sweden at the European Championship, will reportedly decide his future once the tournament has finished.

Republic of Ireland's Robbie Brady in action with Sweden's Sebastian LarssonLarsson's Sweden face a struggle to progress to the last 16

The 31-year-old appeared just five times for the Mackems last season, with injury a particular factor in that.

And with 12 months to run on his Stadium of Light contract, it has been suggested that Larsson could end his five-year stay on Wearside early.

The Chronicle reported last month that Leeds is a possible destination for the former Arsenal trainee, however the Yorkshire side have not made contact according to the Echo.

Arsenal's Mohamed Elneny in action with Sunderland's Sebastian LarssonLarsson in action against former club Arsenal

HITC Sport sources understand that Larsson earns more than £60,000 a week at Sunderland - a figure the Whites would struggle to match.

Larsson's midfield colleague Liam Bridcutt spent six months on loan to the Championship side last season, though it is unclear if the Scotland international is wanted back at Elland Road.

Former Leeds boss Steve Evans was a known admirer of Bridcutt, however, his replacement Garry Monk may have other ideas.

Leeds BridcuttBridcutt impressed at Leeds last season

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