Leeds United: Here's how EVERY player Leeds sold over the summer is faring so far this season

Leeds United did their fair share of wheeling and dealing over the summer, as Marcelo Bielsa brought in a host of new faces, and also trimmed a hefty chunk of the deadwood too.

Monday, 16th September 2019, 2:46 pm
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Here's a look at how every player the Whites sold in the last transfer window has started the new season. Click and scroll through the gallery to see how they've all fared.

His exit from Elland Road was controversial, that's for sure. After a bit of an embarrassing pre-season blunder against Bournemouth, he's gone on to improve, and shone in a 3-0 win over Derby last month.
The Latics have had far from an ideal start to the season, and currently slumped in 21st place in the division. Pearce is yet to play, as he's suffering from a back injury.

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He was unable to stop Leeds United grabbing a dramatic late win against his new club last weekend, but did put in an impressive showing in a 0-0 draw away to Wigan.
With fan's favourite Eddie Nketiah and Patrick Bamford excelling, Roofe's exit hasn't made too much of an impact on Leeds. He's still not made his debut for the Belgian side, after suffering an ankle injury before he joined them.
After proving his worth to the side during a loan spell in Turkey last season, the Super Lig side decided to make the deal permanent in the summer. He's already scored a Europa League hat-trick, and has scored five goals in seven matches.
After Spurs finally got their man, he was of course immediately loaned back to Leeds. He's barely featured this season, and could well be recalled in January to go out on loan elsewhere.
The 28-year-old was snapped up by the Spanish second tier side back in July. He's made three appearances so far this season, but is yet to be on the winning side.
The Northern Ireland international was brought in after the Clarets sold Tom Heaton to Aston Villa. He's on played for the Clarets' U23 side so far, with Nick Pope and Joe Hart currently blocking his path to the first team.
The ex-Limerick centre-back is getting regular first team football with the League Two outfit, who will be push for promotion. He scored in the cup against Bolton, powering home a towering back-post header.
After spending two seasons out on loan, Leeds decided to part ways with the Mali international. He's not featured much for his new club, and has been used mainly from the bench so far.
The Japanese midfielder never actually played for the Whites in a competitive game, and ended up back at his former club. He's featured five times since rejoining the J-League side, who are 12th in the table.