Leeds United have completed the acquisition of young striker Oliver Sarkic from Benfica on a loan deal till January.
Leeds United have brought in no less than 17 new players to Elland Road this summer and manager Thomas Christiansen has most certainly brought about a revolution at the club since his arrival a few months ago.
A host of players that have been brought are not well known to the Leeds faithful but they seem to be doing well at the moment, as evidenced by the Whites’ fine start to the campaign as they remain unbeaten in the first five matches so far.
Now in another late deal, revelations can be made that Leeds have now completed another signing by acquiring the services of Oliver Sarkic from Benfica on a loan deal till January.
Sarkic is a talented striker who was linked with a transfer to Swansea City earlier on in the summer and the 20-year-old will now join Carlos Corberan’s Under-23 side, with a view to making an appearance for the first team in the coming weeks.