How Ronaldo Vieira and EVERY other Leeds United player who left the club last summer fared in 2018/19

A whole of players departed Leeds United in the summer - either on loan or permanently.

Monday, 20th May 2019, 2:18 pm
Every player to leave Leeds United last summer - and they have fared at their new clubs

But how have they fared at their respective clubs this season? Click and scroll through the pages as we take a look at each player's campaign:

The under-23s striker collected just FIVE minutes of first-team action for Morecambe - his last appearance came on February 23.
It was an indifferent season for Bouy at Dutch club PEC Zwolle. He failed to mark his loan spell with a goal in 17 appearances as the club finished 13th in Eredivisie.

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Sadly, OKane failed to play a part in Luton Towns League One title campaign after he swiftly returned to Leeds following another leg break sustained in September during a 2-1 win against Bristol Rovers.
After a handful of Carabao Cup appearances, Lonergan failed to make a Championship appearance for Middlesbrough, though appeared in League One for Rochdale on an emergency loan in February.
Kitching featured regularly for the National League side as they secured a play-off spot in their debut non-league top-flight season. They lost 3-1 to finalist AFC Fylde.
Eight goals in 35 appearances - one of which came against Galatasaray - was enough for Ekuban to impress Trabzonspor - meaning Leeds are set to receive 2million for his services from the Turkish club.
Gomes joined Sochaux in the summer but moved to Croatia with NK Istra 1961 in January, who are preparing for a relegation play-off in a few weeks time.
A large chunk of the 22-year-olds loan spell was abruptly interrupted by a cruciate ligament rupture between October and April. Its unlikely hell stay at Greuther Furth, who reportedly cant afford him.
While Frankfurt reached the semi-finals of the Europa League, Wiedwald wasnt to play his part after being shipped out on loan to Bundesliga 2 outfit MSV Duisburg in January - who were in fact relegated.
OConnor swapped Blackpool for Bradford City in January, however, he was unable to prevent the Bantams from falling into League Two. He left a good impression though, as boss Gary Bowyer has expressed a desire to sign him.
Following a nightmare debut season at Elland Road, Anita appeared to find his feet back in his homeland, missing just four games for Willem II as they went on to finish 10th.
Coyle shone for Fleetwood this season with recognised right-back even featuring in midfield during his season-long loan. He missed just five of Fleetwoods League One games, three of which were forced by a three-match ban.
Oostendes director confirmed in February that De Bock would be returning to Leeds this summer and as a result saw De Bocks inclusion in the Belgian clubs starting 11 less apparent.
The Swede, back in his homeland, is in his second season with Malmo FF due to the way their football season works, where his goal contribution has helped his side to top spot after 10 games.
In an eventful season with Bolton for many different reasons, Murphy often found himself outside the Trotters squad, making just 11 Championship outings.
The Irishman featured 11 times in all competitions and has a Scottish Cup final with Celtic to look forward to this weekend.
Denton never really got his chance at Peterborough United with a season dominated by being left out of the squad or on the bench. He has made just 10 appearances in total - just five in 2019.
The forward appeared in all-but one of VVV-Venlos Eredivisie campaign where they claimed 13th place. He netted six times - three of which followed in the final five games of the season.
Beginning the season with Molde, Leeds attempted to offload Cibicki permanently in January but instead joined IF Elfsborg on loan with an option to buy. Its unclear whether his four goals in 10 times will be enough to earn him a transfer.
The less said about Pearces spell the better. A foot injury wrecked his time at Scunthorpe - making just two appearances as the Irons fell into League Two.
Having been underused at Las Palmas, Leeds opted to send him to Ankaragucu in January where he was featured in all 13 games since, netting two goals.
The 20-year-old, after leaving Leeds in a deal worth over 7million, spent most of the season on the Sampdoria bench, making just 13 appearances - only five of which were starts.
Another of the Whites loanees to star in his League One loan spell. He played all 46 games, scoring 14, as Doncaster were agonisingly denied a spot in the play-off by Charlton on penalties.
It looks increasingly likely that he will return to Leeds this summer after he was left out of 10 consecutive games between February and April. Record: 10 outings, one goal.