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Leeds Recruitment Drive

Birmingham's next opponents, Leeds, are very busy this transfer window as they are set to announce another signing today.

Sky Sports are reporting that they are set to confirm the signing of Paraguayan forward Brian Montenegro today. They also signed Adryan and Dario Del Fabro yesterday.

Montenegro is to become Leeds 15th signing of this transfer window. Adryan joined on a season long loan from Flamengo on Saturday, to strengthen Leed's midfield.

Defender Del Fabro is also on loan with a view to making the deal permanent should the club with to keep him.

Leeds recorded a 1-0 win over Bolton last time out and are further strengthening their team before the cash with Birmingham.

The deals at deals are fascinating to watch. Both Adryan and Del Fabro were already out on loan from their clubs before Leeds showed interest in the players.

Ceelino convinced Cagliari to recalled De Fabro and to sent him to Leeds instead. He also talked them in terminating Adryan's loan to get him sent to Leeds.

Leed's are currently also looking for a new head coach after David Hockaday was relieved of his duties. So who knows what Leeds we will be facing come the end of the international break.



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Writer:Christopher Handy
Date:Monday September 1 2014
Time: 11:02AM

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