Leeds United have confirmed contract deals for talented young trio Darryl Ombang, Charlie Allen and Jeremiah Mullen.
The Whites have done well over the past year to tie up young players looking to move up the ranks and break into the first team.
This summer has seen three players now established in the first team sign new offersand they are joined by another triple chord.
The club confirmed this morning that goalkeeper Darryl Ombang, attacking midfielder Charlie Allen and defender Jeremiah Mullen have all signed new deals with the club:
Ombang and Allen have both accepted professional contracts until the summer of 2024, while Mullen signed a deal until 2025 today.
All three featured in Leeds’ first Under-21 game of the season in PL2 Division 2, where the Whites beat Derby County 5-2 at Pride Park.
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These three are all youth internationals for their respective countries, with Allen representing Northern Ireland, Mullen with Scotland and Ombang with England.
The future is really bright for Leeds and the infrastructure we have in place is getting stronger every year, even with relegation to the PL2 setup.
You would expect these three to have a very big say this season under Michael Skubala, particularly Mullen, who played in pre-season against Blackpool and looked very comfortable.