Morris makes Leeds exit
By James Pearson
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The former Chelsea midfielder has been set for a move to Cardiff City, however manager Peter Reid made a late bid in August last year and usurped The Bluebirds.
Leeds decided against keeping him on after he failed to land a regular place in the side, although he did make 11 starts and one substitute appearance for the club.
Morris's position became strained after being charged with rape in November, however the charges were dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service in January.
"Leeds United Football Club and Jody Morris have reached an agreement today as a result of which, Jody will be leaving the club," said the club in a statement.
"Jody's career has not progressed as he would have wished in recent months and he has not featured regularly in the Leeds team.
"Jody wishes the players and staff all the best and good luck in their fight to avoid relegation.
"The terms and conditions of his departure are confidential. Neither party intends to make any further comment on this matter."