The Whites academy graduate has left Elland Road to join Sean Dyche's Clarets at Turf Moor.
Peacock-Farrell, who joins the Clarets just a day after England keeper Tom Heaton swapped Turf Moor for Aston Villa, made 28 Championship appearances for the Whites last season and 41 first-team appearances overall (official Leeds website).
Here is what some Leeds fans wrote on social media regarding the youngster's move from Yorkshire to Lancashire:
Some fans will moan about this, but Casilla is clearly Bielsa’s number one. He made a big mistake in the POs, but other than that he’s generally done well. BPF made more errors last season. He’s left because he wants first team football. I’m not sure he’ll find that at Burnley..— Oliver White (@OliWhiteMOT93) 2 August 2019
Sell everyone!!— Grant Sorrylorries (@Cainesy21) 2 August 2019
Can't say its a great loss, wasn't convinced the season he came in and thought he stood out like Pearce because no one else gave a toss.— Dan Drake (@Drakey21587) 2 August 2019
3.5m is good business for someone I never wanted to see in a Leeds shirt ever again.
Cya BPF, don't hate ya, but never rated ya.
Sign someone. Not even funny anymore— Aran Huseyin (@Aran_h1) 2 August 2019
50p and a packet of hobnobs...— Yorkshire Pudding (@johndavidmellor) 2 August 2019
Why don't we get him back on loan for the season then unveil him as a new player like we did with Harrison & Clarke.— DB (@baxterdaniel53) 2 August 2019
Any players in then? Nope thought not, this is a joke now— Regan Taylor (@officialRegan21) 2 August 2019
At last some decent transfer news— ⚽️ Kevin Power ⚽️ (@kevinpower93) 2 August 2019
Hey guys am coming down for the forest game next week and was wondering if yous want me to bring my boots if we are short? Cheers let me know asap— chubby (@chubmacd) 2 August 2019
I’m not going to sit on the Leeds bench but I’ll sit on the Burnley one - BPF 2019— LUFC Worldwide (@LUFC_WorldWide) 2 August 2019
BPF highlight reel:— Maxwello (@maxwellobielsa) 2 August 2019
*Fast paced drum and bass*
Penalty save against Reading
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Any chance of any incomings or are we just selling everyone for bantz? #LUFC— ROSSii (@MrROSSii1990) 2 August 2019
Peacock-Farrell has been capped on nine occasions by Northern Ireland, establishing himself as their first-choice keeper in their quest for Euro 2020 qualification.
Leeds, who currently have goalkeepers Kiko Casilla, Will Huffer and Kamil Miazek on their books, get their Championship season under way on Sunday away at Bristol City.
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