By Harvey Byrne
Manager Garry Monk has revealed that Stuart Dallas is facing a spell out of the Leeds team after going for a scan.
The 25-year-old winger sustained a thigh injury while away with Northern Ireland during the international break and Monk has revealed he has already gone for a scan.
Monk told journalist Phil Hay, who reported on the press conference on his personal Twitter account that results are expected in midweek, but that Dallas faced a “spell out”.
First bit of news from Monk's presser is that Dallas is facing a spell out. He's had a scan, full results will come middle of next week.
— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) October 15, 2016
Dallas had been a regular for the Yorkshire giants before suffering an injury for his national side.
The former Brentford midfielder has made nine appearances this campaign and had been involved in Leeds’ good form before the 1-0 defeat suffered at the hands of Steve McClaren’s side on Saturday.
Alex Mowatt was called into Monk’s first eleven, while £3million summer signing Kemar Roofe was left on his side’s bench.
The Yorkshire giants are now sat in 13th place with 16 points from 12 fixtures.
They will face a tie against Wigan in midweek, who are currently sat in the relegation zone in 22nd place.
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