What happened to the 16 players who left Leeds United this summer - the good and bad in pictures
Leeds United saw a dramatic change to their senior playing squad over the summer following the club’s relegation from the Premier League.
A number of players left Elland Road on loan while a handful of permanent deals were completed, the biggest being the departure of midfielder Tyler Adams to Bournemouth. On deadline day, the United States international was joined by Luis Sinisterra at the Cherries in a deal that saw Jaidon Anthony go the other way.
With the transfer window well and truly closed, the YEP have looked to see how the departed Leeds stars are faring away from Elland Road, with fortunes varying for those who opted to leave the club. Take a look...
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