Former Leeds loanee Edgar Cani is back in action in Italy.
Edgar Cani signed for Leeds on loan in January amid low expectations from fans, and he did not prove his doubters wrong.
The striker arrived with a poor goalscoring record, and did not score a single goal for the Whites.
He barely featured really, unable to convince head coach Neil Redfearn he was worthy of a place in the side, and then his woeful spell was capped off when he was named as one of the six players injured in the final month of the season.
The Yorkshire Evening Post had cited Cani suffering tendonitis in his knee as reason for his absence.
He is now fit again, and made his comeback at the weekend in pre-season for Catania.
Tuttocalciocatania reported Cani featured for 45 minutes in a friendly against a local Silician side, and described his time at Leeds United as 'brief and insignificant'.
The Albanian international could be in line to leave the financially troubled Italian side however, with Ternana considering a transfer for him, and Tuttocalciocatania report a deal could potentially be struck this week.