Leeds have signed Doncaster duo Jack and Paul McKay today.
Leeds United have today completed the signing of Doncaster Rovers twins Jack and Paul McKay, as confirmed by the club above.
The Whites made two moves last week by extending Liam Bridcutt's loan deal from Sunderland, whilst winger Mustapha Carayol joined the club on loan from Middlesbrough.
Many fans had been looking for more first-team reinforcements, but they instead chose to sign two players for the future earlier this evening.
Teenagers Jack and Paul McKay have both joined the club, having been tipped for bright futures during their time with Yorkshire rivals Doncaster Rovers.
The McKay twins were born in Glasgow before moving down to play for Doncaster, but will now be looking to make their names with Leeds following today's transfers.
Both standing at 6ft 3in, defender Paul plays as a centre back, whilst Jack is a big, physical centre forward who should have a big future as a target man.
After completing their moves to Leeds earlier today, both players took to Twitter, with the duo stating that they are delighted to have joined the club today.
Delighted to have signed a 2 and a half year deal at Leeds United! @LUFC— Paul McKay (@paulmckay96) January 11, 2016
Given that young players such as Lewie Coyle, Charlie Taylor, Sam Byram, Lewis Cook, Alex Mowatt and Kalvin Phillips are all in and around the first team, the McKay twins will be able to see a clear path to the first-team under Steve Evans, even if they are currently being brought in as players for the future.
Do you think that the McKay twins will make a big impact at Leeds?