Lee Peltier has become the latest player to join Leeds United this summer. The right back has put pen to paper on a three year deal and is Neil Warnock's tenth signing of the summer break.
Peltier has finally put an end to speculation, which has lasted all summer long and United have finally beaten off competition from the likes of Huddersfield Town to get their man and fill the right back slot. The former Liverpool, Hull, Yeovil, Huddersfield and Leicester man is likely to be handed the vacant number 2 jersey and completes Neil Warnock's new look defence following the arrivals of Jason Pearce and Adam Drury as well as goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.
Warnock's squad isn't far from being complete now but the Leeds gaffer still needs to add some attacking prowess and has two weeks to do so before the start of the new Championship season.