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DONE DEAL: Leeds sign Sunderland midfielder

Leeds United have completed the signing of Liam Bridcutt from Sunderland.

The former Brighton midfielder moved to the Stadium of Light in 2013 where he was reunited with former Brighton boss Gus Poyet.

However the midfielder failed to secure his place under Sunderlands successive managers and has now joined Leeds on a two-year deal.

He moved to Leeds in November 2015 for a six month loan deal and how now made the move to West Yorkshire a permanent one.

Speaking to LUTV, he said:

It feels good (to be at Leeds), its been a long time coming and has been dragged out over a long period but now its done and i can look forward to playing football.

I enjoyed myself here last season and I had a very good season when i came here. The boys made me feel very welcome and it was a club i enjoyed being at. I was very happy here.

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