Leeds United have today completed a deal for Danish international midfielder Casper Sloth.

The 22-year-old, who has already made 134 league appearances for AGF Aarhus and represented Denmark eight times, arrives on a three-year contract for a fee believed to be in the region of £600,000.

Sloth becomes Leeds United’s 12th arrival this summer and is described by Danish fans as being a player with good pace, a good passer of the ball and someone who has the ability to provide the service Leeds United’s forwards are currently lacking.

However, it’s said that Sloth struggles to impose himself on games where the team aren’t performing well, which will be something of a concern considering how badly Leeds have performed at the start of this campaign.

There’s been no update on the Adryan situation yet, but with the transfer window coming to a close next week and Massimo Cellino still wanting to add several new players, it could be a busy week at Elland Road.