Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has announced the club has signed Juventus’ Frederik Sorensen, according to Spoughts.
Sorenson will arrive at Leeds as part of a loan deal, with the Championship club paying Juventus €500,000 (around £400,000) to acquire his services.
Leeds also have the option to make the move permanent next summer for £3.5 million, which would be the club’s highest spend on aplayer since their relegation from the Premier League.
The defender comes to Elland Road following a two year loan spell with Italian side Bologna and after having a slightly disappointing season last campaign, he will hoping to reestablish himself after failing to make an impact with parent club Juventus.
The Dane would become Leeds’ second signing in two days after the club confirmed the capture of Nicky Ajose from Peterborough, with the fee thought to be in the region of £150,000.