LUFC Green makes it two in two days
Leeds United have made it two in two days after Paul Green agreed to sign a two year deal on July 1st.
Green has recently returned from representing Republic of Ireland at the European championships, where he made one substitutes appearances against Spain.
The 29 year old has arrived on a free transfer after coming to the end of his contract at Derby County.
The midfielder started his career at Doncaster Rovers, where he made over 250 appearances. He helped the side win promotion from non-league, where he scored in the play-off final against Dagenham and Redbridge in 2002, all the way to the championship.
Green signed for Derby the week after helping Doncaster win promotion to the championship in 2008 and he made almost 150 appearances in his four seasons at Pride Park.
The combative midfielder joins Adam Drury this week in agreeing to sign for Leeds on July 1st.
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