Leeds have signed Ireland international Eunan O’Kane on a two-year-deal for an undisclosed fee. The player arrives from Bournemouth having made over 100 appearances through the divisions for the Premier League outfit.
O’Kane is a central midfielder and started his career at Everton before moving on. He was crucial in the rise of the south coast club and leaves with many of the best wishes. Although it wasn’t first priority in my opinion I am delighted he has joined the club.
Jack Wilshire moving to Bournemouth seemed to allow the player to move on and despite being in Ireland for International duty he signed the deal and will be available for the Yorkshire derby on September 10th.
I have a fan view from Bournemouth coming up at 9pm.