According to Fabrizio Romano, Tyler Adams has completed his medical ahead of his move to Leeds United from RB Leipzig.
The 23-year-old midfielder has been on the wishlist of Leeds boss Jesse Marsch for some time.
The American international will now switch to the Premier League side for 23m and join up with his fellow countryman, Marsch.
It’s reported that Adams will sign a long-term 5-year deal with Leeds as they look to rebuild their squad after losing Kalvin Phillips to Manchester City and possibly Raphinha in the coming days.
Leipzig were open to allowing Adams to leave as they look to cut down their squad size. They’ve also signed Austria international Xaver Schlager from Wolfsburg for €12m, who can act as a replacement for the American central midfielder.
Adams has played 101 games for RB Leipzig, scoring two and creating four. The 23-year-old also came on as a substitute in Leipzig’s DFB Pokal final win against Freiburg last season, their first major trophy.