The 21-year-old made only one appearance for Leeds in the Premier League during the first half of the season and in the January window, was loaned out to Luton Town.


Drameh established himself as a regular in Rob Edwards’ side and helped them earn promotion to the Premier League.



The right-back made a positive impression on the Luton boss and the freshly promoted Premier League outfit are keen on retaining his services.


His performances last season have also drawn attention from Burnley, who are in the market for a right-back this summer but have not made any move for Drameh.



Drameh, who has one year left on his contract with Leeds, has been assured by the Whites hierarchy that he will be provided with adequate game time if he stays.


It has been claimed that Burnley have retained their interest in Drameh as Vincent Kompany wants to strengthen his right-back department.



A switch to Burnley could be an attractive proposition for Drameh, but Leeds are unlikely to be willing sellers.


It remains to be seen what lies ahead in the future for Drameh and whether Burnley submit an official offer for the youngster.