Pablo Hernandez is a Leeds United player.
Well it's official... Pablo Hernandez is a Leeds United player.
The Spaniard was pictured posing with the new Leeds shirt outside Elland Road, after the completion of his move.
Hernandez moves to Leeds on a six month loan from Al Arabi, with the move to be made permanent after six months.
Hernandez, 31, is a former Spanish international who spent last season on loan at La Liga side Rayo Vallecano.
He played under Garry Monk at Swansea City, and is familiar with English football, winning the League Cup in 2013.
Swansea City's Pablo Hernandez in action
He becomes Leeds' seventh summer signing, following Rob Green, Marcus Antonsson, Kyle Bartley, Kemar Roofe, Matt Grimes, and Hadi Sacko.
With the club needing reinforcements in midfield and defence and still having the money from Lewis Cook's sale to spend, he is unlikely to be the last addition before the end of the transfer window.
Pablo Hernandez of Swansea City appeals for a decision