Leeds United have completed the signing of defender Junior Firpo from Barcelona.
The 24-year-old left-back, who will wear the No 3 shirt, has agreed a four-year deal with the Yorkshire club.
Firpo is Leeds' third summer signing following the arrivals of Amari Miller from Birmingham City and winger Jack Harrison from Manchester City on a permanent basis.
“I am really happy, I wanted to be here and I always wanted to play in the Premier League,” Firpo told the club's official website.
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“This summer for me, there was many clubs interested. But when Victor Orta spoke with me and showed me the project, I said ‘wow, this is interesting, they really want me’.
"In this moment, I said ok I want to go to Leeds. The people said to me that a full Elland Road is incredible. I want to see this!"
Firpo scored two goals in 41 appearances in all competitions for Barcelona, whom he joined from Real Betis in 2019.
The Dominican Republic-born defender, who has represented Spain’s Under-21 side on four occasions, has also played in the UEFA Champions League.
He will hope to feature in Leeds’ opening Premier League fixture at Manchester United on Saturday 14 August.