Some Leeds United fans are worried they have seen the last of Pontus Jansson.
The popular Leeds defender was an unused substitute as the Whites' promotion hopes were ended by Derby County on Wednesday.
Jansson missed Saturday's first-leg win at Pride Park through injury and saw Gaetano Berardi keep his place alongside Liam Cooper.
Afterwards, the Sweden international was shown sitting alone against the Elland Road advertising hoardings as Derby staff celebrated coming from 2-0 down in the tie to win it 4-3.
And this is how those of a Leeds persuasion are reacting on Twitter...
Jansson & Phillips will be sold more than likely. Money will be there— Tony LUFC (@Tonylufc28) May 16, 2019
I agree. Bielsa will stay. Phillips and Jansson will go.— Liam Collins (@liamcollins97) May 16, 2019
Think Jansson goes too.— Jamie O'Neill (@JamieONeill88) May 16, 2019
Next season I don't think we'll have Jansson can see us getting £5 million + for him Saiz back to Spain £3 million Bamford hopefully goes £4-5 million .— James (@jimmy_L_UFC) May 16, 2019
Clarke and Shackleton key players next season hopefully a could more from youth and new signings
I wouldn't renew the loans for Harrison or Brown and sadly I think we could see the departures of Jansson and Philips to finance any squad investment. #LUFC— Mark Bateman (@MGB8man) May 16, 2019
Phillips will definitely go. As will Jansson. Not sure about Shacks.— Leesa Hullah (@hullah_l) May 16, 2019
Keep— Ben (@Iufcben) May 15, 2019
Jansson (will probs leave)
Phillips (will probs leave)
Other youth players
Jansson to leave this summer for 8-10m, need to sell to keep aflote chairman said..... #lufc— AC (@10Cinque) May 16, 2019
I think starting Berra was right, but as soon as he got booked in that second half, Jansson had to be brought on. Not sure we will see Jansson in a Leeds shirt again— Jesus (@TRMT1919) May 15, 2019
We'll probably lose Jansson for next season can't see the big man staying on— James (@jimmy_L_UFC) May 15, 2019
Jansson has now spent three full seasons at Leeds, where he still has the same amount left on his contract.
The 28-year-old recently stressed the importance of United returning to the Premier League this time around.
But he could still end up playing there next season, should interest from top-flight clubs - Southampton, for instance - rekindle.
Which of Leeds' players do you think will leave Elland Road this summer?
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