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Blues Teen Miller Makes Switch To Premier League Leeds

Blues Teen Miller Makes Switch To Premier League Leeds

Leeds United have completed the signing of Birmingham City starlet Amari Miller, who penned a four-year professional contract after the two clubs agreed an undisclosed fee.

The 18-year-old winger was introduced into the Blues’ first team towards the end of the 2020/21 season, making his Sky Bet Championship debut in April during the latter stages of a 2-0 victory over Stoke City.

Two more substitute appearances followed before Miller completed the campaign with back-to-back starts against Cardiff City and Blackburn Rovers.

“It’s a great feeling, not just for myself but for my family,” Miller told the club website. “The minute I heard Leeds United were interested, I knew what a massive club it was and it was too big to turn down. My family, friends and everyone who knew about it have just been brilliant.

“I feel like I must thank Birmingham City so much, because I have been there since the age of 10. It has been the place where I have learned the most, I couldn’t have asked them for any more; they gave me everything I needed to get to this stage and help me progress. They’ve helped me to get a club like Leeds United to come in for me and I am thankful to be given such a good foundation from them.

“As soon as I spoke to Victor Orta and the club, I said to my agent that this was the one. It’s a massive club with great fans. I have had loads of fans messaging me already and I feel like it’s a huge club for me. 

“As a winger, I can see Leeds get a lot of one-v-one chances which is something I really back myself in. They play quickly and at a high tempo, they press high up the pitch and train with such a high intensity, which is unbelievable. I would say I am skilful, good at finishing and composed. Even coming from outside of Leeds, it’s amazing to see yourself at such a club like this.” 

Miller will initially link up with Mark Jackson’s Under-23 side, who will feature in Premier League 2 Division 1 in the upcoming campaign after winning promotion last season.

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