Barcelona striker is finally set to seal his move to Leeds United.
Young striker Kun Temenuzhkov appears finally set to complete his move to Leeds United.
The Bulgarian posted a picture on Instagram from outside the club's training ground this evening as he prepared to make his move official.
He was pictured in Leeds training gear, ending any doubts over whether the move was set to fall through.
Temenuzkhov was spotted at Manchester City's training ground earlier this week, where he was undergoing a medical - but this was only a prelude to his Leeds move.
The reasons for him taking the medical at City are unclear, perhaps simply a case of better facilities, logisitics or a connection with City's chief executive who is Barcelona's former vice-president, but there is no doubt he is imminently set to become a Leeds player.
Temenuzkhov, 17, is leaving Barcelona's famed La Masia academy to join up with Leeds' under-23 side, and hopes to earn a crack at first team football with the Whites.
Bulgarian news outlet Novsport reported the move last week, with the teenager's first team ambition cited as his reason for wanting to join Leeds.
The Whites have been busy adding players for their under-23 squad this summer, recently recruiting Adrian Balboa, Ousama Siddiki, and Alejandro Machuca.