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Barry Douglas joins Leeds from Wolves on three-year deal

Barry Douglas
Image: Barry Douglas has joined Leeds for an undisclosed fee

Leeds United have completed the signing Wolves defender Barry Douglas on a three-year deal.

The fee is officially undisclosed, but Sky Sports News reported on Wednesday that the two clubs had agreed a deal worth £3m when potential add-ons are taken into account.

The 28-year-old made 42 appearances for Wolves last season as he helped the Midlands side win promotion to the Premier League but leaves Molineux following the arrival of left-back Jonny Castro from Atletico Madrid on a season-long loan.

Douglas, who will wear the number three shirt, becomes Marcelo Bielsa's first permanent signing since taking charge at Elland Road.

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Leeds have already brought in Jamal Blackman and Lewis Baker on loan deals and remain in talks to sign Middlesbrough forward Patrick Bamford for a reported £7m, according to Sky sources.

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