Bournemouth attacker Max Gradel has taken to social networking site Twitter to welcome Lewis Cook to the club.
The 19-year-old midfielder is a very talented footballer, and he has arrived at the Cherries with a strong reputation.
Gradel, who is 28 years of age and can play as a winger or as a forward, is a former Leeds player.
The Ivory Coast international first had a loan spell at the Whites from Leicester City before switching to Elland Road on a permeant contract.
The attacker is now on the books of Bournemouth, and he is happy to be joined at the club by Cook.
Gradel has posted the following photo of him and Cook on Twitter, with a number of Leeds fans responding to it on the social networking site.
Bournemouth will play in the Premier League next season, while Leeds will feature in the Championship.
While the Cherries will be aiming to stave off relegation from the English top flight and perhaps push for a mid-table spot, the Whites will be determined to finish in the playoffs.