Leeds United FC on the verge of signing Yosuke Ideguchi


According to reports carried out by the Daily Mail, Leeds United are on the verge of securing the services of Japanese international Yosuke Ideguchi.

Ever since Thomas Christiansen was appointed as manager of Leeds this summer, the Whites have managed to sign talented young players from all around the world and now according to reports from the Daily Mail, the Championship side are close to landing another promising prospect.

Japanese international Yosuke Ideguchi is believed to close to a move to Elland Road after Leeds United discussed contract terms with the player and he is now expected to arrive to England during the January transfer window.

The Whites appointed former Japan international Toshiya Fujita as their head of football development in the summer following owner Andrea Radrizzani’s takeover and he is said to have recommended Ideguchi to Leeds.

Ideguchi won the 2016 J-League Rookie of the Year after making 22 appearances last season and he already boasts 3 caps for the Japanese national team.




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