Beren Cross: Ouasim Bouy finally set to leave Leeds in June
Leeds United midfielder Ouasim Bouy is finally set to leave the club next month once his contract expires at Elland Road.
The 27-year-old has never played a single minute of action for the Whites since arriving and hasn’t been at Thorp Arch much in the past three years.
Beren Cross has reported that the Whites attempted to terminate his deal early numerous times with fail and ultimately decided to let it run down.
Writing on Leeds Live on Thursday afternoon, Cross shared the big transfer update ahead of the summer rebuild at Elland Road.
“Has never played a minute for the first team and little-seen at Thorp Arch across Bielsa’s three years in charge,” he wrote.
“Trying to show suitors on Instagram he is in shape.
“Contract finally expires next month after letting it run down. Bouy declined multiple offers from the club to terminate it early.”
The Whites are in a very good position heading into this summer.
Deadwood is finally starting to leave the club and add to that the likes of Pablo Hernandez and Gaetano Berardi, although sad to see them go, they will add big money into the wage pot.
Bielsa will be wanting to kick on after a successful first season back in the Premier League, and he will want players who can push Leeds back into Europe.
Bouy has been an embarrassment ever since arriving, and the fact he has rejected chances to terminate this deal early only proves that he is happy not playing football.
The Dutch midfielder will go on and be stuck in the lower leagues of whatever country he moves to next, there is no chance of him ever securing another big move in his career.
Good riddance, we are moving on to much bigger things.
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