Three of Leeds United's next generation have committed their futures to the club.
Leeds United have announced on their official website that three of their young players have agreed professional contracts with the club.
The players are yet to put pen to paper on the deals but everything has been agreed and they will sign their contract when they return to pre-season training at Elland Road.
It is more good news for the club after talented youngster Lewis Cook signed a new two-year contract at the end of the last campaign and owner Massimo Cellino will no doubt be hoping to tie more of the club’s young talent to new deals in due course.
Mulhern is a striker and ended last season as Leeds under-18s’ top scorer, while Lyman is an attacking midfielder and Peacock-Farrell is a goalkeeper who could get more chances following the departures of Alex Cairns and Stuart Taylor in May.