Leeds United appear to have completed a deal for former Crystal Palace youngster.
Leeds United appear to have completed a deal to sign defender Bryce Hosannah.
Hosannah will link up with their under-23 squad after a successful trial at the club.
The right-back played in Leeds under-23 match against Qatar's international team last week and also featured in the 2-0 loss to Watford yesterday.
Hosannah had been part of Crystal Palace's academy for years but has elected to move on.
BBC Radio Leeds journalist Adam Pope tweeted at the weekend that Leeds have signed Hosannah to a one year contract.
I understand #lufc have brought in ex Palace youngster Bryce Hosannah on a year's deal into the U23s. He's a right back.— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) August 12, 2017
Leeds have been busy strengthening their under-23 squad this summer after finishing bottom of their division last season.
Hosannah played in Palace's under-18 side last season.
The 18-year-old will hope to do enough this campaign to earn an extended contract at Leeds, and give himself a chance of kicking on and one day making the first team.