Guy Moussi pays visit to former Nottingham Forest teammate Patrick Bamford at Leeds United

General views of Elland Road before the Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Aston Villa at Elland Road on December 03, 2016 in Leeds, England.

Moussi was the Leeds United striker's first roommate at Nottingham Forest.

Guy Moussi of Nottingham Forest celebrates after Robert Earnshaw scores the winning goal during the npower Championship match between Derby County and Nottingham Forest at Pride Park on...

The Leeds United striker Patrick Bamford has received a visit from his one-time Nottingham Forest teammate Guy Moussi.

Moussi, who last played professionally for HJK Helsinki three years ago, tweeted a picture of the pair together at Leeds' Thorp Arch training centre.


In it, Bamford is seen handing over a shirt of his, complete with the message: 'To My Bro The Moose, My First Roomy! Best Wishes'.

While Moussi's tweet reads: 'One more to the collection. #DontWorryIWillBringHimBackHomeLol #Nffc'

Bamford, who moved to Leeds for around £7 million in the summer, is expected to spend the rest of 2018 out injured - and could miss both the Whites' fixtures against Nottingham Forest.

The 25-year-old left Forest for Chelsea in 2012 but moved to Middlesbrough in January last year after failing to break into the Blues' first-team plans.

Patrick Bamford of Leeds United controls the ball during the Carabao Cup Second Round match between Leeds United and Preston North End at Elland Road on August 28, 2018 in Leeds, England.

Moussi was released by Nottingham Forest two years after Bamford's exit and later appeared for Leeds' Saturday opponents Birmingham City before ending his career in Finland.

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