Leeds take striker on trial.
Leeds United have taken Swedish striker Ardian Berisha on trial.
Berisha, 19, will return to Sweden on Sunday when his trial period ends while Leeds decide whether to offer him a contract.
He has been joined this week by 16-year-old goalkeeper Noel Törnqvist.
Berisha was quizzed about Leeds United's new badge, which has since been ditched, and made headlines all over the world.
He told Halmstad 24: "I probably prefer the old brand. It showed more respect for past periods."
Quizzed about his trial, he said: "It's extremely professional. This is something I have endeavoured for my whole life. To show myself in such an environment. I'm grateful and happy to have the chance."
Berisha has a prolific record at youth level for Halmstad.
He scored 30 goals in 42 matches for the club at under-19 level, while registered seven assists - and also picking up 14 yellow cards.
The striker is yet to feature for Halmstad's first team, and Leeds are not short of young strikers, but he could turn out to be worth a punt for the Whites.