Leeds United defender Liam Kitching has signed for Harrogate Town on a one-month loan, according to a reliable journalist.
The 18-year-old is not eligible to play in the game tomorrow night but could make his debut for his new side on Saturday.
The news was announced by BBC journalist Adam Pope on his Twitter page on Monday afternoon.
Leeds United centre back Liam Kitching, 18, has signed for National North side Harrogate Town on a 1 month loan. He is ineligible to play v St Albans tomorrow night but is set to make his debut at Salford on Saturday. #lufc pic.twitter.com/r1HliH6fZc
— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) January 15, 2018
Kitching has yet to make an appearance for Leeds but did make the bench in the recent 2-1 defeat to Newport County in the FA Cup.
Football Insider verdict:
The highlight of Kitching’s Leeds career so far was making the bench for the Newport County game, although it turned out to be a miserable experience as the youngster sat and watched his side humiliated by the lower league club. However, after the game he tweeted, “Disappointing result, however, I am incredibly honoured and proud to be part of the team and on the bench today- what an experience.” Now he’s going to have to get his career back on track at the National North side Harrogate. It’s a step down from playing for Leeds in the FA Cup but the experience will be good for him.