Goalkeeper Charlie Horton has left Leeds to return to America for personal reasons having only arrived at Elland Road this summer.
Horton, 23, has cited a private family matter in his decision to leave Steve Evans' team with immediate effect.
Horton told the club's official website: “I’ve had to leave because of a private family matter back home.
“For me there is only one thing which comes before this football club – my family. That is the sole reason I’m going home.
“I ask people to respect my privacy while I handle it, as it is not a short-term matter.
“I’m extremely grateful for the compassion and understanding I have received from Massimo Cellino and Steve Evans. They have been absolutely top drawer about it."
Leeds owner Massimo Cellino's lawyers have informed Leeds Fans Utd that he no longer wishes to sell his stake in the club to fans.
Leeds Fans Utd have released the following statement:
Leeds Fans Utd has just been informed by the lawyers of Massimo Cellino that he no longer wishes to sell to Leeds fans. Our insistence on him confirming his verbal offer of exclusivity in a legally binding agreement has forced transparency on his motives. It is much better that we identify this insincerity now before we spend our shareholders' money.
This exercise has proved our capacity to adapt to any acquisition scenario very quickly. We now know we have the capacity to do both a minority and majority deal, and it has shown that Leeds fans have a desire for fan ownership.
We hope that Massimo will treat the club and fans with respect and honour.
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Leeds owner Massimo Cellino will appeal against his latest Football League ban, reports Press Association Sport.
Earlier this month Cellino was banned for a second time for breaching the Football League's owners' and directors' rules following a conviction for tax evasion this year.
The Italian served his previous ban from January until May, having been found guilty of failing to pay VAT on a yacht.
Cellino, who has three further criminal cases against him still outstanding, had until October 28 to appeal against his latest ban and it is understood he has submitted the necessary paperwork ahead of Wednesday's deadline.
If he is unsuccessful, the 59-year-old, who took over at Elland Road in April 2014, will be unable to take part in the day-to-day running of the Sky Bet Championship club, forcing him to pass control to someone else.
The Football League has yet to confirm the length of any ban, but it is thought it would end in June 2016 - 12 months from the date of his conviction when it will be spent under English law.
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Leeds have completed the formalities of Will Buckley's loan move from Sunderland.
Buckley, 25, who has been training with Leeds this week, has finalised an emergency loan deal that will keep him at Elland Road until January 2 and could make his debut in the home game against Birmingham on Saturday.
Buckley told the club's official website: "I wanted to go out and get some games at a big club and Leeds was the perfect opportunity for me to do that."
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Former Chelsea goalkeeper Ross Turnbull has joined Leeds from Barnsley on a free transfer.
The 30-year old, who has also played for Middlesbrough in the Premier League, has penned a two-year deal.