Leeds United striker Tresor Kandol is set to sign for fellow Championship side Scunthorpe United.
Kandol will join the Iron, when the transfer window re opens on July 1st according to reports.
Kandol was one of four players told to actively try and find another club at the end of last season by manager Simon Grayson.
The 28 year old worked hard to get himself back into the reckoning last season with a string of goals for the reserves, this was after spending the whole of the 2008/09 season on loan at Millwall and Charlton Athletic.
The Congolese international scored in his first start for the club in almost eighteen months against Darlington in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy.
Kandol was generally being used from the bench and scored in two games in a row against Bristol Rovers and Yeovil Town.
Unfortunately, Kandol got himself involved in an altercation after the final whistle against Yeovil and the FA hit him with a three game ban.
When he returned to the side, he managed to score his fourth goal of the season in the 5-1 home win over Kettering Town in the FA Cup.
Kandol was out of the Leeds side for a number of months after firstly having time off for family reasons and then a hamstring injury.
His last appearance in a Leeds shirt came against Norwich City in March; he became the third fastest player in Football League history to be sent off when he received his marching orders just 20 seconds after coming off the bench.
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