Bromby set for Leeds switch

Defender poised to ink four-year deal at Elland Road

Bromby: Set for Leeds

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Leeds United have reached an agreement to sign Leigh Bromby from Sheffield United.

Bromby is set to join the Whites on a four-year contract, subject to completing a medical on Monday.

The 29-year-old defender re-signed for the Blades from Watford in January but has struggled to make an impact upon his return.

League One side Leeds are expected to pay in the region of £250,000 for the capture of Bromby, whose career started at Sheffield Wednesday.

Manager Simon Grayson told the club's official website: "We're delighted to get things agreed with Leigh. He has good experience in the Championship and he will be a valuable member of our squad.

"There was interest from a few clubs, but we're pleased to get things agreed and Leigh will add competition for places within the squad."