By Pranav Shahaney

21st May, 2023 | 9:30pm

Patrick Bamford may have played his last game for Leeds United after he came off in the first half of the 3-1 loss against West Ham.

Battling relegation, the Whites visited London Stadium and took on a Hammers side that were already assured of their place in the Premier League on 21 May.

However, they failed to capitalise on the situation and ended up losing 3-1, with Bamford playing just 34 minutes.

It has been a disastrous campaign for the English striker who’s battled his fitness issues time and again and even when fit, he’s not done enough.

From missed penalties to open-goal howlers, the 29-year-old has endured a difficult few months and Leeds have struggled with him as their focal point.

It is fair to rule him out for the game against Tottenham Hotspur and there’s a good chance that fans may never see him in a Leeds jersey again.

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According to Fichajes on 5 April, he’s already got proposals on the table for a transfer in the summer and he may well consider it.

Leeds fans have given him a hard time on social media and have forced him to even deactivate his Twitter account.

Should they get relegated, it may not be something Bamford wants to go through again and he could look for a way out.

If the Whites can get a decent transfer fee for the Englishman, they may very well consider selling him as he does not seem like he’s getting any better in the future.

In other Leeds United news, Phil Hay claims that an international player at Elland Road has no place at the club next season and a summer transfer is on the cards.