Leeds United have released goalkeepers Will Huffer and Kamil Miazek without any kind of formal acknowledgement, according to LeedsLive.
Huffer, 21, has been on the books at Elland Road for his entire career and managed to make one senior appearance for the Whites in November 2018 when he kept a clean sheet in a 2-0 win over Bristol City.
He was named on the bench a number of times after that before joining Barnet on a short-term loan last year that saw him earn three appearances and keep one clean sheet.
Miazek, 24, has reportedly joined Huffer in being released by Leeds.
Unlike the London-born shot-stopper, Miazek failed to play once for the Whites and his release was pretty much expected despite being named on the bench a few times at the end of last season.
It’s a shame that things never worked out for Miazek because he’s 24-years-old now and barely has any senior experience to his name due to being down the pecking order at Leeds.
But that is the way football works and we hope that the two shot-stoppers can find new clubs as soon as possible.
It is odd that Leeds haven’t officially confirmed either player’s exit from Elland Road, especially as they have been a part of the club for quite some time and have been involved in the senior squad for Marcelo Bielsa.
Hopefully there’ll be an official word soon but with the Premier League season kicking off in less than a week’s time, it is perhaps too late for anything like that.
In other Leeds United news, Carlos Corberan’s discussed a potential loan move for Robbie Gotts.