Is there suddenly a lot of pressure on Leeds United’s Tyler Roberts?

Leeds United’s physio and medical team are certainly earning their money this season.

The Elland Road side have had a lot of players injured throughout an otherwise brilliant campaign under Marcelo Bielsa.

And Pablo Hernandez might join the likes of Patrick Bamford and Gaetano Berardi on Leeds’ missing list for a while.

Bielsa told a press conference after beating Rotherham 2-1 on Saturday that Hernandez ‘complained of an injury’ shortly before being substituted in the final minutes [Yorkshire Evening Post].

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It’s a massive blow for United if the Spaniard is out for an extended period of time and suddenly there might be a lot of pressure on Tyler Roberts.

The Wales international, a £4 million signing from West Brom last January [The Daily Mail], has been used in a number 10 role recently, despite being signed as a striker.

And with Samu Saiz gone, and Izzy Brown still not 100% ready for Championship games evidently, it seems like Roberts is the best and only option for now.

For a player that only turned 20 on January 12, potentially asking him to replace a player of Hernandez’s vintage in a team desperate for Premier League  promotion is unfair, but Leeds have little choice but to rely on him at the moment.

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