It was reported this week that Leeds United outcast Jay-Roy Grot was currently training with a club in the Netherlands and that Leeds had no plans of using him again any time soon.
Chief Leeds reporter at the Yorkshire Evening Post, Graham Smyth suggested that was the case in a Q&A session on the YEP website this week.
However, the YEP did not detail the club with which Grot was training. According to a report from Voetbal International, the team is ADO Den Haag.
The report claims that the forward has been training with the Eredivisie side but that no decision has yet been made on whether to sign him permanently, on loan, or at all.
ADO have done business with Leeds in a recent window, signing another Elland Road misfit in Laurens De Bock on loan last January.
Grot was included in Leeds initial 25-man squad but the plan was to sell him in the summer. However, that plan was put to pasture when Grot developed a bacterial infection whilst recovering from knee surgery. As reported by SportNieuws, that ended any chance of Grot heading to Real Oviedo or Dijon, two clubs who had shown an interest in his services.
The £1.5 million (YEP) signing is a Dutch under-21 international but it is clear his time at Leeds has come to an end. But nobody will begrudge Grot any success should he get back to full fitness and find a club where his skills are better utilised.