May 24, 2024

Stuart Dallas, a forgotten man at Leeds United, is anticipated to depart the team at the end of the current campaign, sources have told Football Insider.

After receiving his most recent extension in July 2021, the 32-year-old’s contract expires in June.

Dallas’ career was changed by former manager Marcelo Bielsa, who has made him a major fan favorite at Elland Road.

But nearly two years ago, he made his final appearance for Jesse Marsch in a 4-0 loss to Man City.

Due to a leg fracture, he had to be substituted during the game and hasn’t returned to senior duty yet.

After several setbacks due to injuries, it is thought that Dallas will struggle to perform at the highest level once more.

Dallas’ return at Leeds has “no timeline,” as he is scheduled to be released this summer.
The Northern Ireland international has resumed private training, but there is currently no timetable for his return, and it will be difficult for him to return to Leeds’ playing squad.

Dallas joined the Whites in 2015 from Brentford and has appeared in 267 games overall.

He has established himself as one of the most versatile players in English football by being able to play in central midfield, on either flank, or as a winger and full-back.

The 32-year-old, who last appeared for Northern Ireland in March 2022, has played 62 games and scored three goals.

Following their most recent victory over Millwall (17 March), his Leeds teammates are leading the Championship and fighting for promotion back to the Premier League.

The Whites’ next game is scheduled for Friday, March 29, against Watford.

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