Leeds United forward Jay-Roy Grot’s future at the club is still up in the air, with him currently training at ADO Den Haag.
Grot has been at Leeds since 2017 when he arrived in a £1.44m deal from Dutch side NEC Nijmegen.
However, he has managed just 22 appearances for the club in the last three and a half years, instead spending time out on loan at VVV-Venlo and Vitesse.
He returned from the latter spell in the summer but has not been seen since and recent reports have indicated that he is expected to leave when his contract expires in the summer.
That same report from Algemeen Dagbla stated that ADO were keen on his signature, but could only get a deal done if Leeds were to terminate his contract as they can’t do a loan deal until the end of the season.
There’s been nothing on Grot since then but reports in the Netherlands today state he is currently training with ADO ahead of a potential move.
Voetbal International state as much, saying the forward is ‘still training’ with the club while journalist Jum van der Deijl also states the player is making ‘big strides’ in his rehabilitation from injury.
All of this would suggest Leeds are open to letting the player go this month; otherwise he wouldn’t be training away from Elland Road in this manner.
At the moment, though, nobody is offering anything other than him training at ADO, suggesting a transfer or contract termination is not currently in the pipeline.