PADDY KENNY is expected to hold talks with Leeds United later this week regarding his future at the club.
The veteran keeper was left out of United’s travelling party for the pre-season training camp in Italy ,with his days at Elland Road looking increasingly numbered.
The former QPR and Sheffield United custodian, 36, is currently assessing his options, with the likelihood being he has played his last game for the club.
The future of defender Marius Zaliukas, another senior player left out of the 20-man squad who headed to the continent, also looks in serious doubt.
Like Kenny, Zaliukas, 30, is contracted to Leeds for the 2014-15 campaign, with his deal expiring next summer.
Speculation has suggested the Lithuanian international could leave the club by mutual consent, with the former Hearts stopper having only signed an 18-month deal last October after impressing former boss Brian McDermott.
Zaliukas made 16 appearances for the Whites last season.
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