Leeds United are set to allow some of their current squad to leave, according to Steve Evans.
Leeds United manager Steve Evans has confirmed that he is looking to trim his squad at Elland Road, and in this piece we take a look at three players that he should let go.
The defender had a resurgence under Neil Redfearn towards the back end of last campaign, but he has struggled to make an impact this term.
Wootton has played just four times in the Championship to date, and Evans has not used him in his first two games at the club.
Wootton has struggled for large parts of his Leeds' career, and it could be that now is the correct time for the club to let him go.
The midfielder has not been seen since February in a Leeds shirt, and he surely needs to move on for the good of his career.
Although Sloth showed flashes of class during his initial few displays for the Whites, he was not fancied by Redfearn, Uwe Rosler or Evans.
It seems unlikely that he will break back into the team any time soon, and it will be best for everyone involved that he leaves Elland Road.
Doukara has made just three appearances in the Championship this season, and he is another player who has not featured in either of Leeds' matches under Evans.
The striker has masses of power, but his lack of end product has frustrated during his time at Elland Road.
With Evans wanting greater quality in the final third, it seems unlikely he will get much of an opportunity, especially with Lee Erwin set to come back into the fold after his loan spell at Bury, and Leeds would be wise to cash in.