Leeds United have agreed the signing of Luis Sinisterra from Feyenoord. The deal has been given the here we go signal by Fabrizio Romano, which means that it is only a matter of time before the move is made official.
The Yorkshire club is showing no signs of slowing down in terms of transfer activity this summer. They are backing Jesse Marsch very strongly in the market, and have already signed several important players to revamp the squad.
Luis Sinisterra to join Leeds United from Feyenoord
The Colombian is a versatile forward, and can play on either wing, or can operate through the middle as well. He had a remarkable 21/22 season, scoring 23 goals and providing 14 assists in 49 games across all competitions.
The youngster has also earned five caps for the national team, and is expected to be a big talent for the future. In all likelihood, he will be replacing Raphinha, who is on his way out of the club by the looks of things. Chelsea and Barcelona remain the two most probable destinations for him, although no agreement has been reached with either club yet.
Luis Sinisterra follows a number of important signings for Leeds United, having agreed deals for Brenden Aaronson, Rasmus Kristensen, Marc Roca, Darko Gyabi and Tyler Adams. Despite the sales of Kalvin Phillips, and potentially Raphinha, the Elland Road outfit is having a summer to remember in the transfer market.