Sky Sports have recently reported that Yorkshire giants Leeds United are have offered controversial striker Nile Ranger the opportunity to train with them.

The 23-year-old is currently a free agent since being released by Swindon Town at the end of last season due to disciplinary issue on & off the field.

Ranger made his professional debut for North-East club Newcastle United back in 2009 however after failing to establish himself as a regular starter he left the club.

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Even with Rangers history Leeds boss Dave Hockaday & assistant Junior Lewis are currently discussing offering him a life line to save his career if all goes well during Leeds pre-season.

Last season Ranger made 23 League One appearances for The Robins however for a number of times he was left out of the team due to issues like not turning up for training and his off field antics some leading to the Ex-Newcastle youth appearing in court.

Nile Ranger leaves Newcastle crown court after being convicted of two counts of assault

Ranger leaving court last year

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