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Breaking: Tom Adeyemi officially coming to Leeds United

The 23-year-old midfielder officially coming to Leeds United. It's the fifth major signing for the club this season.

Tom Adeyemi (left) is the newest White
Tom Adeyemi (left) is the newest White
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Tom Adeyemi has been officially announced as the newest member of Leeds United. The 23-year-old is on a one-year loan from Cardiff City, in view of a permeant deal if he impresses Whites management.

Adeyemi began his career in Norwich City, and made a name for himself. He also has a connection with Leeds United head coach Uwe Rosler, as the midfielder played for coach Rosler in Brentford.

Rosler is apparently a huge fan of Adeyemi, as he was the one that signed the future White from Norwich City.

He played for the Bluebirds for a salary of around £1m after a transfer from Birmingham City in 2014. He was featured all 23 times during the 2014-2015 season.

Should the deal become permeant, a £1m buyout  clause has been agreed upon by both teams.

Adeyemi has made a total 191 appearances for 6 clubs during his young career.

"We are pleased to announce the signing of midfielder Tom Adeyemi on a season-long loan from Cardiff City." The team said via a statement online.

He found himself on the bench for most of his time in Cardiff, and was much in need for a change of scenery.

Rosler has been looking for a new midfielder after Luke Murphy went down due to a knee injury.