Tyler Adams makes Leeds United admission after relegation and sends message to fans
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Adams immediately impressed upon his switch from RB Leipzig to Leeds last summer, becoming a key cog in United’s team in centre midfield. Adams, though, suffered a hamstring injury in training in the middle of March which ended the USA international captain’s season as the midfielder required surgery.
The 24-year-old has not featured for Leeds since playing the duration of March’s 2-2 draw at Brighton and has been forced to play only a supporting role in the club’s battle against relegation. That battle ended unsuccessfully with relegation to the Championship on Sunday and Adams has now taken to social media to address the drop with a message to United’s “incredible” fans.
Adams wrote: “It's not just been a tough few days reflecting on what happened, it's been a tough couple of months having to watch from the sidelines and be unable to help my team, teammates and you guys, the fans, to keep us in the Premier League. All we can say as players is we're sorry. You guys have been incredible all season and deserved more.”