The 18-year-old winger made five appearances at the back end of last season, two of which being starts and the others being short cameos. But his potential has attracted the eyes of Leeds and Everton and Miller now has a decision on his hands, with a professional contract on the table at Birmingham.
✍️#LUFC are in advanced talks to sign 18-year-old midfielder Amari Miller from Birmingham City— LUFC Youth Academy (@leedsutdacademy) June 15, 2021
The highly rated youngster made his senior debut in April and has attracted interest from a number of Premier League clubs
The Whites’ youth set-up is an incredibly impressive proposition for any player after the Leeds under-23s steamrolled the PL2 Division 2, with the likes of Sam Greenwood, Joe Gelhardt and Crysencio Summerville showing the potential to break out in the next year or so.
Meanwhile, there is still plenty of room for competition as Leeds look to evaluate the likes of Bobby Kamwa and Ian Poveda’s value to the overall squad, especially when considering their age in comparison to the likes of Summerville and Max Dean in the under-18s.
Highlights: #BCFCu18s 5-1 Crystal Palace U18s @Robbo04pr's youngsters record their first win of the season in some style. An Adan George hat-trick followed by further strikes from Kyle Hurst and Amari Miller helped fire Blues to a convincing victory.— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) September 9, 2019
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