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Dutch international issues apology to Leeds United man

Vitesse midfielder Riechedly Bazoer has apologised to on loan Leeds United forward Jay-Roy Grot after a bust up on the club’s training ground led to his suspension from the club.

The Eredivise side confirmed on their twitter this morning that Bazoer, who has been capped six times by The Netherlands, had issues an apology to Grot, and that he had also returned to training with the first team.

The tweet translates as: “Bazoer is immediately in line to return to the first team. The midfielder has made his apologies and will be back training on the pitch today.”

Grot and Bazoer had exchanged words during a club training, before Bazoer was dismissed from the pitch after clashing with Russian boss Leonard Stutsky.

Bazoer only joined the Dutch club in the summer, completing a move from Bundesliga side VFL Wolfsburg for an undisclosed fee, and it seemed that his career at Vitesse could have been over before it even started.

He had showed signs of ill-discipline already, having been sent off for two yellow cards on his debut against former side Ajax.

Jay-Roy Grot is understood to have accepted the Dutchman’s apology, and will move forward and hope to improve his own fortunes for the club.

Despite featuring in all 11 of Vitesse’s Eredivise games this season, the 21-year-old has scored just one goal, whilst setting up just one for his team mates.

Grot will be hoping to revitalize his career having struggled to make any real impact on loan at VVV-Venlo last season.


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