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Leeds United manager Neil Warnock says that more signings shall be arriving this summer after completing the signing of Paddy Kenny from Queens Park Rangers.
After Kenny completed his move and signed a three-year-deal at Elland Road Warnock stated that his business is far from over for the summer.
So far Warnock had managed to add Portsmouth’s centre back Jason Pearce, Norwich full back Adam Drury and Derby midfielder Paul Green to his squad for the forthcoming campaign.
United’s preseason officially begins on the 20th of July with a match against Farsley before the squad heads to Cornwall for a week two days later on the 22nd.
Warnock told the club’s website he’d like to make a few new signings before the squad heads to Cornwall.
"We have a number of targets where we have made offers and all sorts of thing where we're trying to do deals. I'd like to bring in a few others, ideally before we go to Cornwall, but we'll see we're looking all over the place. Every area, we're looking to bring other players in. I'll move on to my next main target now and see if we can secure him over the next few days and the squad will take shape towards the kick-off."