The most recent information about Jaidon Anthony, who recently joined Leeds United.
At the eleventh hour of the deadline day, Jaidon Anthony, who had previously signed with AFC Bournemouth, joined Leeds United. He was a part of the trade that sent Luis Sinisterra to another team.
Anthony will have large shoes to fill in replacing Sinisterra, but he has promotion experience from his time at Bournemouth, where he contributed with eight goals and seven assists in one season.
Although Willy Gnonto, Crysencio Summerville, and Dan James are among the wide players Leeds have on their roster, Anthony should rank among the Championship’s most dangerous wide players.
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Although Anthony played a significant role in the Cherries’ promotion in the 2021–2022 season, it has been considerably more difficult for him to find consistent action in the Premier League.
While two league starts under Andoni Iraola were hardly indicative of a peripheral player, Anthony had started eleven games the previous time around as Bournemouth secured survival. He should be given more playing time with the West Yorkshire team.
His 50-game Championship record includes eight goals and seven assists, resulting in an average of one goal per three games for the Cherries in the second tier.
Jaidon Anthony and Leeds United’s most recent news
In light of this, we now examine all the most recent developments since Anthony relocated from Bournemouth to Leeds.
First words spoken by Jaidon Anthony after joining Leeds
Speaking to LUTV following his move from Bournemouth, Anthony explained his delight at the move going through, he said: “Really excited, obviously it’s all happened really quickly but I’m buzzing to get in and around the group and hopefully help the team. Obviously the year before last we (Bournemouth) got promoted from this division and I played a lot of games in it and yeah, I know it’s a really tough league and really physical and demanding.
“It’s really exciting to come back and try and help push for another promotion. I feel like I’ve been getting better every year and last year it was a big step-up and I managed to play a lot of games.
“Hopefully I can use that here.Obviously the goal is to get promoted, play as many games as possible, help the team and really be a big part of the success.”
Daniel Farke speaks about Sinisterra and Anthony situation
Farke said: “I am always open and honest. I have praised Luis since I arrived. He can be outstanding and dominant at this level.
“If I said I was happy he left nobody would believe me. We spoke about his contract being complicated, I won’t go into details. Tough reality. We have to accept he went this way.”
Farke then went on to discuss Anthony, who has arrived at Elland Road on a season-long loan deal from Bournemouth. He added: “You can feel sorry for yourself, but no, we found a perfect replacement. With Jaidon Anthony we found the best possible option. Proven in the Championship. Started games in the Premier League. Brilliant lad. Desperate to be here. Still an age he can improve from.”
Jaidon Anthony “buzzing” to join Leeds
Anthony expressed his sentiments on the Elland Road change on Twitter and Instagram, writing: “Buzzing to be at this fantastic club, can’t wait to get started. Marching forward as one.
When might Jaidon Anthony debut for Leeds?
Given that it was so near to the transfer deadline, Anthony didn’t play for Leeds in their most recent 0-0 tie with Sheffield Wednesday.
But the international break has given him plenty of time to adjust to his new environment and probably practice with the first squad.
On Sunday at noon, Leeds will resume play when they take on Millwall live on Sky Sports. If there hasn’t been an injury over the international break, you might anticipate a potential debut at the Den.
What Leeds team number will Jaidon Anthony don? At Elland Road, Anthony has inherited the empty No. 12 jersey.
Tyler Adams last wore that number at Elland Road before he moved to, ironically, Bournemouth.