Leeds United have allowed Felix Wiedwald a way out of his nightmare spell in England.
The player had interest from German side Eintracht Frankfurt, who have now taken the stopper on a three year deal.
Wiedwald is said to have been growing increasingly frustrated at his situation at Leeds and the fact he was used as a scapegoat after some lousy Leeds performances.
It’s hard to sympathise with the German stopper, who’s error prone ways have now been pushed out for the young and home grown Bailey Peacock-Farrell.
Wiedwald, a £500k signing from German side Werder Bremen does look like Leeds got what they paid for, an average keeper for a below average fee.
Both parties have now severed all ties with a move to Frankfurt on the cards, where Wiedwald will be understudy once again to Frederik Rönnow.
Wiedwald spent two years at Frankfurt during the 2013-2015 seasons and could see this as a potential career saving opportunity.
Are you happy to see Wiedwald leave the club? Or would you prefer the stopper to be given a second chance to prove himself?
By Ryan Ingham