Date:Tuesday August 31 2010
In what`s usually a very busy day in the football calendar, Leeds boss Simon Grayson has been explaining how the day as gone so far at Elland Road on Yorkshire Radio.
Grayson has confirmed that the club have agreed a deal with Manchester City to bring Adam Clayton in on a full time basis.
Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Grayson said, "We`ve not agreed everything regarding the contract situation but if we do, do it, it`s for the longer term and feel we`ve got something we can work with".
Grayson also confirmed that Ramon Nunez has signed for Leeds until January, to allow the Honduras international to get some games under his belt, "We`ve got a player there that we want to have a look at a little bit longer, the contract really isn`t anything long term. It`s an opportunity for us to have an extended look at him and play in a few more games with us and the option to extend the deal in January," Grayson continued.
The Leeds boss also stated that the day wasn`t over yet as he is still looking to bring in one more player and there is the possibility of a couple of players going out of the door.
Stay with us until 6pm when the transfer window closes until January with all the latest comings and goings.
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Date:Tuesday August 31 2010
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