Leeds Releases 11 Players After Playoff Agony as Fans Question 22-Year-Old’s Future

LEEDS have released 11 players following their Championship final play-off defeat, leaving fans in shock. However, the decision to keep a 22-year-old with “18 lives” has sparked controversy among supporters.

Cody Drameh, who has had limited game time with Leeds and multiple loan spells, is one of the four players offered a new contract. Despite the uncertainty surrounding his future, the Londoner is set to stay at Elland Road.

Among the players released are Charlie Allen, Luke Ayling, Lewis Bate, and Stuart Dallas. Meanwhile, Harry Christy, Joseph Snowdon, and Luca Thomas have been offered new deals as the club prepares for a potential shake-up after narrowly missing out on promotion.

While most of the squad from the play-off final could remain at Elland Road, star winger Crysencio Summerville is reportedly attracting interest from top clubs like Liverpool, Chelsea, West Ham, Fulham, and Bournemouth.

The future of other players, such as Jamie Shackleton and Liam Cooper, remains uncertain as fans express their divided opinions on their retention. With speculations and negotiations ongoing, Leeds is gearing up for a new chapter under the management of Daniel Farke.