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30/06/2017 - 16:01 GMT

Leeds United Confirm Felix Wiedwald Signing

 




Leeds United have confirmed the signing of German goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald. 

The shot-stopper had a year left on his contract at Bundesliga side Werder Bremen, but informed the club of his desire to leave for pastures new.




He received offers from Nantes and PAOK Salonika, but chose to head to England to sign for Leeds, where he has penned a deal to run until the summer of 2020.

The Championship side announced: "Leeds United can today confirm that Felix Wiedwald has joined the club from German Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen for an undisclosed fee.
 


"The goalkeeper has penned a three year contract with the Whites and becomes the clubs fourth permanent capture of the summer, following the arrivals of Mateusz Klich and Hadi Sacko, along with Madger Gomes who has joined the Under-23", the club added.

Leeds are thought to have paid just €500,000 to sign the 27-year-old.

Wiedwald will compete with Rob Green and Marco Silvestri at Elland Road, although his arrival does raise question marks over whether either goalkeeper will be leaving the club this summer.

The German custodian made 25 appearances for Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga last season, conceding 49 goals and keeping five clean sheets.

He will now set his sights on becoming the number 1 at Elland Road.