Leeds United have announced their fourth signing of the transfer window after putting pen to paper on a undisclosed fee for Chievo Verona striker
Leeds United confirm the signing of Caleb Ekuban from Chievo. Undisclosed fee, four year deal. #lufc— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) July 11, 2017
With the departure of Gary Monk who left to take charge of Middlesbrough, former Spanish international Thomas Christiansen has moved quickly this summer to bolster the club in another charge to gain promotion to the Premier League.
Ekuban spent last season on loan in Albania with FK Partizani, where he notched 17 goals in 34 appearances. Signed to Chievo in 2012, the Italian of Ghanaian descent has failed to break into the first team with similar unsuccessful loan spells at Renate, Lumezzane and Sudtirol.
As an unproven quantity, he may not be the goal scorer Leeds fan will hope for to fire them to promotion. It may be left on the shoulders of New Zealand international Chris Wood to lead the line, as