Leeds United fans have taken to Twitter to give a mixed reaction to the news that Paul McKay and Jack McKay have reportedly had their deals terminated by the club.
BBC reporter Adam Pope claimed on his personal Twitter account on Monday that the Whites have torn up the deals for the twin bothers, who were signed by the Whites in 2016.
it is understood that the duo have headed to Cardiff to have trials after Inside Wales Sport reported that former Leeds boss Neil Warnock is aiming to improve the quality of his Under-23 set-up in South Wales.
Centre-back Paul McKay, 21, only ever made one appearance for the Whites senior side which infamously came in the shock FA Cup defeat to Sutton United last season.
His brother Jack McKay, also 21, had never featured in the first-team.
Now that it is reported that the duo have had their deals torn up six months early, Leeds fans on Twitter have been reacting to the news online, however they don’t seem to be too gutted that they have gone.
Here is a selection of their tweets:
Don't think they will get a look in so gd luck
— Onlyone (@L_E_E_D_S_U_T_D) December 18, 2017
We'll always have Sutton United away, thanks for the memory
— Dan (@lufc_dan) December 18, 2017
Another triumph for Massimo Cellino. And Willie McKay.
— Stuart Grant (@McClumsy84) December 18, 2017
never really understood them too joining from Doncaster after being very average for their development sides…
— Lewis Roberts (@lewbo0) December 18, 2017
Why were they starting nearly every game in the u23s.. to then be released?
— Adam (@Hertswhitelufc) December 18, 2017
Christmas has come early
— Andy Firth (@AndrewFirth21) December 18, 2017
That’s a shame
— KenKev ( I WAS SAYING GOODBYE TO MY HORSE) (@kenkeve) December 18, 2017
Leeds have made big changes to their Under-23s side this year after Victor Orta was brought in as director of football.
The development side now has a much more continental look to it with rising stars such as Oriol Rey and Kun Temenuzhkov.
In other Leeds United news, Noel Whelan has slammed one player for his performance in the win against Norwich.