Leeds United signed the big defender 18 months ago.
Leeds United's Director of Football Victor Orta pulled off a triple swoop on Monday.
The Spaniard brought Jack Harrison, Ben White and Liam McCarron to Elland Road in a mix of loan and permanent deals.
The first two are on loan from Manchester City and Brighton respectively, and the addition of White is interesting.
No doubt Leeds need a few centre-backs this summer and bringing in the 21-year-old is a good start, but could it have negative implications on forgotten defender Aapo Halme?
The Finnish mountain, who stands at 6'5, offered a glimpse into his exciting future with a series of impressive displays alongside Pontus Jansson last season, but he hasn't played for Marcelo Bielsa since January and the addition of White should have him sweating a bit.
They are both the same age and you wonder why Orta would bring in a young and promising central defender if he and Bielsa intended to promote Halme for the upcoming season.
It's plausible that if the big man had a breakthrough season ahead for Leeds, White wouldn't have been recruited and, be it a loan or a permanent switch, his future in West Yorkshire seems up in the air now.
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