Bobby Kamwa and Josh Galloway likely to leave Leeds United this year
Josh Galloway will “almost certainly make a permanent exit” from Leeds United in the summer once his loan deal at FC United of Manchester expires, according to Yorkshire Evening Post journalist Graham Smyth.
Writing on the newspaper’s website, Smyth reports that Galloway’s Leeds contract expires in the summer and the 20-year-old is set to leave then.
It is understood that Bobby Kamwa is also set to bid farewell to the club. Smyth says the 21-year-old forward is completely out of the picture and is “another who could leave”.
Galloway and Kamwa are two players who we haven’t heard much about in recent seasons so it’s no surprise to see them both on their way out.
Galloway is 20 now but is being loaned out to a Northern Premier League Premier Division club, which is the seven-tier of English football.
Last night [Tuesday, 25 January[, his loan move to FC United wasn’t even announced until partway through their game at home against Whitby Town when he came off the bench as a substitute.
As shown below, FC United of Manchester showed an image of Galloway getting ready to enter their match.
As for Kamwa, the Cameroonian forward hasn’t been in any Under-23s squads this season at Leeds.
Last term, he was in and out of Mark Jackson’s side, playing 11 times in Premier League 2 and scoring twice.
He’s completely out of the picture now though and it makes sense to part ways with him too so he can continue his career elsewhere.
It would be best for Leeds to release him now as it will be better for him to leave and get game-time straight away for another club.
But Kamwa may want to use Leeds’ training facilities and make the most of the top coaches at Thorp Arch before moving on to, presumably, a non-league or League Two club.
In other Leeds United news, the Whites are in advanced talks over letting a European player leave on a loan-to-buy basis.