3 Leeds United players who could soon follow Madger Gomes out of Elland Road

Alberto Moreno of Liverpool and Hadi Sacko of Leeds United battle for the ball during the EFL Cup Quarter-Final match between Liverpool and Leeds United at Anfield on November 29, 2016 in...

Leeds United need to shift more out of favour players.

General view of Elland Road before the Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Sheffield Wednesday at Elland Road on February 25, 2017 in Leeds, England.

Leeds United cut ties with Madger Gomes this week, one year into a three-year deal, the club confirmed.

Gomes made only two first team appearances for the Whites and did not appear to have much chance of a breakthrough at Elland Road, and he has been sold to Sochaux.

He is not the only one whose time may have run out already.

Here is a look at three more Leeds players who could face the axe...

Felix Wiedwald

Felix Wiedwald goalkeeper of Leeds United kicks the ball out of his box during the Sky Bet Championship match between Hull City and Leeds United at the KCOM Stadium on January 30, 2018 in...

Leeds gambled on German stopper Felix Wiedwald last summer and it backfired spectacularly.

He began well enough for the Whites to be comfortable getting rid of Rob Green, and then the error started piling in.

Leeds gave up on him in the second half of the season and chose to go with youngster Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who now appears to be a big part of their future.

Pawel Cibicki

Sweden's forward Pawel Cibicki (R) and Poland's defender Pawel Jaroszynski vie for the ball during the UEFA U-21 European Championship Group A football match Poland v Sweden in Lublin,...

Swedish talent Pawel Cibicki was bought to be Leeds' X-factor in attack, but he barely made any impression at all.

He often failed to even make the substitute's bench, having failed to impress two successive managers.

He would hope for third time unlucky under Marcelo Bielsa, but it would also not be a surprise if he has decided Leeds is not for him, and wants out already.

Hadi Sacko

Alberto Moreno of Liverpool and Hadi Sacko of Leeds United battle for the ball during the EFL Cup Quarter-Final match between Liverpool and Leeds United at Anfield on November 29, 2016 in...

Hadi Sacko's loan spell at Leeds flattered to deceive, and it was a bit of a surprise that they chose to sign him permanently.

Unfortunately it did not pay off, with Sacko having a worse second season than his first.

In two years to showcase his talent, he looks below the standard required for a Championship play-off push, and it could be time to move on already.

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