Norwegian goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson becomes Leeds United's sixth signing of the summer
Leeds United have completed their sixth signing of the summer by recruiting Norwegian goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson from Valerenga.
The 20-year-old Norway under-21s stopper arrives at the club for an undisclosed fee as a replacement for the outgoing Kiko Casilla who has joined La Liga side Elche on a season-long loan.
Klaesson - who has signed a four-year deal - follows Junior Firpo in being a new face for United's first team squad this summer.
First team winger and former Whites loanee Jack Harrison has also joined on a permanent deal from Manchester City this summer in which Lewis Bate, Sean McGurk and Amari Miller have also been signed, initially to link up with the under-23s.
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Thank you Laura Collins