Leeds United goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is reportedly ready to leave the club after being frozen out of the first team at Elland Road.
Leeds United goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is reportedly unhappy at Elland Road after falling out of favour with manager Brian McDermott.
Kenny has not featured for Leeds since the start of February after being replaced by on-loan Jack Butland, with backup responsibilities falling to Alex Cairns.
According to Sky Sports News, the 35-year-old is considering his options as he looks to earn first-team football during the final years of his career.
The Republic of Ireland international, who has just over 12 months remaining on his existing deal, is said to have received interest from both the Premier League and the Championship.
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