If you’re a Leeds fan, chances are that the last few weeks have been the best time you’ve had in months. The repurchase of the Elland Road home after the separation 13 long years ago, and impressive signings like Felix Wiedwald, Mateusz Klich, Vurnon Anita, Samu Saiz and the latest addition Caleb Ekuban this transfer window – the good news doesn’t seem to end in the Leeds camp nowadays.

The latest story that’ll make the smile on every fan’s face wider is a recent video of their new boy Caleb Ekuban’s celebrating his transfer to their beloved club. The clip features the former Chievo man throwing some light on his crazy side by showing off some sick moves in front of his camera, trying to celebrate.

Seldom do we see a new player show so much love to his new team right after signing, maybe it’s their image they care about. Although, the example of Ekuban really shows that a little public display of affection does no harm and it might as well land you up in everybody’s good books, without even stepping a foot on the pitch for the team yet!

Leeds will hope that the solid new signings perform well and help the club find some success next season.

Check out the clip of Caleb grooving to some tunes below –

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