Leeds United have added yet another player this week.
Leeds United's recruitment drive this week continued today, with two more signings arriving – and they've both arrived from Barcelona.
The Whites had had a busy few days, first bringing in Jack Harrison, Ben White and Liam McCarron on Monday before adding Wolves winger Helder Costa on Wednesday.
As if four new arrivals weren't enough, Leeds have added two more today, firstly with Barcelona B attacker Rafa Mujica completing his long-expected move.
Shortly after announcing Mujica, Leeds then confirmed another signing, announcing that Barcelona youngster Guille Amor has joined too.
Amor, 18, has joined on a free transfer much like Mujica, and he arrives to bolster the Leeds development ranks in an interesting move.
The first thing to note is that the midfielder has a very famous name, as his father is ex-Barcelona legend Guillermo Amor, who ended his career in Scotland with Livingston in 2003.
| #LUFC can announce Guille Amor has today joined the club from FC Barcelona, and will join up with the U18s— Leeds United (@LUFC) July 4, 2019
Another interesting note about the teenager is that he had a trial with Manchester City in 2017, according to City Watch, as Pep Guardiola and co ran the rule over the youngster.
He now finds himself at Leeds alongside fellow ex-Barca youngsters Mujica and Kun Temenuzhkov, and all three will be hoping to rise up to play for Marcelo Bielsa soon.
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