Leeds United are reportedly signing Barcelona’s Rafa Mujica.

According to MARCA, Leeds United have already agreed a move to sign Barcelona forward Rafa Mujica this summer.

The Whites landed one former Barca kid in Kun Temenuzhkov back in 2017, and one of his former teammates appears to be joining him at Elland Road.

MARCA, through journalist Angel Garcia, claim that Leeds have already secured a deal to bring Mujica to West Yorkshire, and he will start his career with the club in June.

Mujica, 20, has been with Barcelona’s B team this season, and has notched seven goals and one assist in 33 games over the course of the campaign.

The young Spaniard is mostly a striker, but he can also play out wide, giving the Leeds youth ranks another versatile forward to develop.

Formerly of Las Palmas, Mujica joined Barca in 2015 and has been coming up through the ranks with the Catalan giants, but will now leave after four years.

The young forward will now hope to become a first-team player with Leeds in the coming years, and this seems to be another deal that Victor Orta has led the way with.

In other news, Report explains why £45m Spain star turned down 2019 Wolves move