According to reports from Bulgarian outlet Novsport, Leeds United have further strengthened their squad with the signing of Kun Temenuzhkov from Barcelona.
Leeds United have gone through wholesale changes of their squad since the arrival of Thomas Christiansen to the club over the summer and Pontus Jansson, Samu Sáiz, Hadi Sacko, Mateusz Klich, Caleb Ekuban, Felix Wiedwald, Vurnon Anita, Ezgjan Alioski and Matthew Pennington are the players that have arrived to Elland Road so far.
Despite the influx of so many new players to the club, Christiansen is still relentlessly looking to further strengthen his squad and the Spaniard seems to be scouring the entire continent in his attempts to bring in new players.
Now in reports from Bulgarian outlet Novsport, revelations have been made that Leeds have completed the signing of Kun Temenuzhkov from Barcelona and the 17-year-old was so keen on making the move to Leeds that he even broke up his contract with the Catalan giants.
Temenuzhkov is a talented young Bulgarian youth international and he will now be joining up with the Leeds’ Under-23 side, where he will be looking to impress in order to earn a place in the first team during the foreseeable future.