• Okay Yokuslu dreams of staying in the Premier League
  • Leeds United seems interested in tapping Yokuslu
  • Yokuslu left a lasting impression on loan with West Brom

Okay Yokuslu has two years remaining in his contract with Celta Vigo although he was loaned out to West Bromwich Albion.

Looking ahead, there is a chance he could be moving to a new team next season with teams like Leeds United reportedly interested in the Turkish national.

The 27-year-old made a good account of himself with the Baggies last season. He had an impressive stint in the 16 matches he saw action, including that 5-2 win over Chelsea.

Moreover, it was that game where West Brom fans lauded him for his efforts.

Yokuslu prefers to continue playing in the English Premier League, and Leeds United could be one of the teams where he could end up with.

While that would be a wish come true for the midfielder, it all depends on what Celta Vigo has planned for him, Goal reported.

“I have a contract with Celta Vigo for two more years. I don’t have clear information about the financial situation of the club. But frankly, they can put me up for transfer,” Yokuslu stated. “I want to stay in the Premier League. I had a good season there. But we don’t know what will happen.”

The Whites are in the market for a midfielder, and Yokuslu could be a sensible target.

West Bromwich Albion's Turkish midfielder Okay Yokuslu
West Bromwich Albion's Turkish midfielder Okay Yokuslu Getty Images | MIKE EGERTON/POOL/AFP

However, Kalvin Philips remains the main man in the middle of things, casting doubts on whether Yokuslu would get his chance playing proper minutes.

Unless Marcelo Bielsa plans to change things up, moving to Elland Road may not turn out according to expectations.

But getting him on board could add depth to the Peacocks. He has proven his stock with West Brom, but the better question is on whether he truly wants out of Celta Vigo.

But based on his current situation, Yokuslu prefers to clear the air first on what his current team has planned.

The only thing certain is that he wants to stay in the Premier League, meaning other teams could come in and explore possibilities.