Leeds United had a very busy summer bringing in new players to help the team push for Premier League promotion.
As well as strengthening the first team, the Championship outfit brought fresh talent into their academy.
One new face was Kun Temenuzhkov, who moved to Elland Road on a free transfer from Barcelona’s La Masia academy.
The Bulgarian may only be 17 years old, but The Guardian is tipping him for a bright future having included him in its top 60 best young players in world football.
The publication reveals that Temenuzhkov scored 30 goals for Barcelona’s Juvenil B side before making the move to Leeds, and is a big admirer of former Liverpool striker Luis Suarez.
The youngster has made a quick impact at his new club’s academy having scored in August for the Under-23s in a 4-3 defeat to Coventry City.
While success this season is a big priority for Leeds fans, they can be comforted by the fact that they have a very promising player to come through the ranks.
Get him on the bench then.
— alex mcdougall (@bigmack1) October 4, 2017
Saw him play at Ossett Town. Quality player.
— Finny (@wakeyfin) October 5, 2017
Seen him a few times, quality! Sign him up @HoskunTemeuzkov
— Mark Adams ⚽ ⛳ (@maccathebomb) October 4, 2017
Can we give him a go in first team!
— simon davison (@sdavison82) October 4, 2017
— Leedsfan (@Leedsfan75) October 4, 2017
The Future's Bright #MOT
— Dave Callaghan (@davecally9) October 4, 2017