Leeds United midfielder Chris Dawson has confirmed on Twitter that he has left Leeds after 15 years at the club.

The 21-year-old has made four senior appearances for the club since making his senior debut in 2013.

Dawson made his breakthrough into the first team in the same season that Sam Byram emerged from the youth squad. Since then, Byram has gone onto make a Premier League move to West Ham United.

The midfielder also has one appearance for Wales’ under-21’s squad, that coming in a friendly against Iceland in February 2013.

Whilst impressing on his debut in the home fixture against Derby during the 2012/13 season, his opportunities in the first team have been limited and the likes of Alex Mowatt and Lewis Cook have progressed to become first team regulars.

At this stage, it is unclear which club Dawson will be joining, but with his experience of first team football under his belt he will alert Football League clubs to his availability.


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