Leeds United youngster Guille Amor has confirmed that he has returned to training after injury on Instagram, posting a picture alongside Kun Temenuzhkov from the Leeds training ground.
Amor, 18, joined Leeds in the summer as one of a handful of young additions to the Under-23 side. The midfielder joined the club on a free from Barcelona, as did striker Rafa Mujica. Liam McCarron, Stuart McKinstry and Alfie Hughes also joined.
The Spanish youngster is a central midfielder, but is yet to be used by Carlos Corberan in the second string – as of yet. That may be because of this injury, which had not been mentioned in the media before now.
However, Amor could now pull on the Leeds jersey for the first time in the coming weeks, with the Leeds Under-23 side taking on Watford at Thorp Arch on Monday. Though it is unlikely he will feature, he may do so in games to come.
TBR’s view – Can Amor break into Leeds’ senior side?
He has plenty of competition ahead of him. The Whites boast Matuesz Klich, Tyler Roberts, Jamie Shackleton, Adam Forshaw, Matuesz Bogusz and Alfie McCalmont as options in the middle of the park – as well as star man Kalvin Phillips.
But Amor will take confidence in the fact that Phillips, Roberts, Shackleton, Bogusz and McCalmont all broke into the senior side through the Under-23 outfit – and Amor certainly has the potential to do the same.