Goalkeeper Paddy finalises move from QPR...
Leeds United have completed the signing of Queens Park Rangers goalkeeper Paddy Kenny for an undisclosed sum.
The 34-year-old joins the club on a three-year contract and met his new team-mates for the first time at Thorp Arch on Wednesday.
Paddy arrives at Elland Road with a wealth of experience and knows manager Neil Warnock well, having worked with the United boss at Bury, Sheffield United, and QPR.
Paddy, a Yorkshireman, is a two-time promotion winner to the Premier League, with Sheffield United and QPR, and made 33 Premier League starts last season, keeping seven clean sheets.
He won Player of the Year awards at both Bramall Lane and Loftus Road and has made almost 600 career appearances.
The goalkeeper becomes the club's fourth signing of the summer, following Jason Pearce, Adam Drury, and Paul Green to United.