(Reuters) – Leeds United have reached an agreement with Bundesliga club Bayern Munich to sign midfielder Marc Roca, the two clubs announced on Friday.
Roca, 25, will join on July 1 on a four-year-contract. The official fee was not disclosed but British media reported it was an initial 10 million pounds ($12.19 million).
Spaniard Roca had limited playing time at the German champions, featuring only 13 times last season, which led to the midfielder putting in a transfer request.
“Marc has now come to us with the desire for more playing time. We’ve therefore agreed on a transfer to Leeds United,” Hasan Salihamidzic, Bayern Munich’s sporting director, said in a statement.
Leeds have already completed the signings of defender Rasmus Kristensen and midfielder Brenden Aaronson in this transfer window.
Jesse Marsch’s side secured their top-flight survival on the final day of the season after they finished 17th in the Premier League standings.
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(Reporting by Tommy Lund in Gdansk; Editing by Christian Radnedge)