Leeds United have confirmed the signing of Italian striker Mirco Antenucci who will be joining the club for an undisclosed fee, As released by Teamtalk.com.
The 30-year-old has spent Wednesday locked in talks at Elland Road and has since
tweeted two photographs of himself at the club signing his contract and out in front of the pitch.
“Proud to be a part of this club, I hope to give you a lot of satisfaction.”
~ Mirco Antenucci
The Yorkshire Giants then rubber stamped the deal by announcing he has signed a two-year deal with the club subject to international clearance.
Antenucci was co-owned by Catania and found himself loaned out to First Division Ternana during last season, Even though he was on loan he was made captain of the club and went on to hit an notable 19 goals in 40 appearances for the Serie B side.
The forwards entire career has massively been spent below Seres A in Italy, starting at Giulianova before spells at a further 7 clubs followed.
Antenucci arrives at Leeds the day after the club suffered a 2-0 home defeat to Brighton but will now be looking to kick start their season with a trip to Watford.