Leeds United have made their sixth signing of the close season by bringing 25-year-old, Leeds-born, midfielder Lloyd Sam to Elland Road.
Lloyd Sam was out of contract with League One’s Charlton Athletic at the end of last season and had attracted interest from Championship clubs.
Lloyd, made 134 career appearances for Charlton and had loan spells with Leyton Orient, Sheffield Wednesday, and Southend United.
In 2009-2010 he helped Charlton to the League One Play-Off semi-finals as well as helping Charlton push Leeds United as the early front runners in League One.
Leeds United manager Simon Grayson told the official website, “”He has plenty of experience, he has played at Championship level, and he is hungry and keen to do well.”
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