Leeds United forward Bobby Kamwa on trial at Rotherham
Leeds United forward Bobby Kamwa could be on his way out of the club as he’s headed to Rotherham for a trial, according to Paul Davis.
The Rotherham Advertiser journalist reported via his personal Twitter account on Wednesday night that Kamwa, 21, will spend the next two days on trial with the League One club.
Kamwa still has another year left on his contract at Leeds after penning a two-year deal last summer.
LeedsLive journalist Joe Donnohue uploaded an image of Kamwa playing for Rotherham against Harrogate in a pre-season friendly on Wednesday night too.
Kamwa on his way out?
There hasn’t been any suggestion that Kamwa’s contract has been terminated but there’s a good chance that Leeds are allowing the Cameroon-born forward to go on trial to find a new club.
Kamwa will turn 22-years-old before next season finishes but struggled to get regular starts for the Leeds Under-23s team last season.
While the young attacker has had injury issues in the last few years, the fact he only started eight out of 26 Premier League 2 matches last term is worrying.
Will he ever made it at Leeds? Sadly, we don’t think he will.
Loads of players come to Leeds, rise through the academy and get to the Under-23s squad without getting any further.
For many, there are chances for them in the EFL or in the higher reaches of non-league.
And it seems that with Kamwa, there is sufficient interest in him for him to get a chance to play elsewhere.
Rotherham’s chances in League One are decent next season so if he signs for them, it would be a good move for him.
Good luck, Bobby.
In other Leeds United news, the Whites have agreed a three-year deal to sign another new player.