Stephen Warnock: Surprised With Leeds United Signed Barry Douglas

Stephen Warnock has revealed in an interview that he is surprised to know that Leeds United was finally able to sign Barry Douglas from Wolverhampton Wanderers. Leeds United made an announcement that their capture of the Douglas the Scotland international last week has become the first permanent signing of the club during this transfer window.

Stephen Warnock is now 28-year-old and he is in huge demand. He has helped Wolves in the promotion of the Premier League last season, but there is one more thing present, which is more impressive than his performance and that, is his fee. According to the reports, United has paid this player a bargain £3 million for him. On the other hand, Warnock, who spent almost two years at Elland Road, is blown away by the fact as how his old club pulled him off with such a superb business bit.

He said in an interview, “I think he is bright. I cannot believe that they have got him if I am being honest. “We are hoping that this buy will be one of the season’s best. He was there with the most opportunities created and assists in the previous season for Wolves and also for Wolves to give him over for the amount of £3m. It is incredible. After this Douglas has joined in Leeds by Jack Harrison and Patrick Bamford and finally their transfer window is starting to take the shape.

Victor Orta the Director of Football had only brought in two players – Jamal Blackman and Lewis Baker, both on loan this time last week, however, a big progress has been done in such a short period of time.

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Their campaign of the Championship by hosting the Stoke City at the Elland Road tomorrow afternoon and here the Douglas will be likely to start at left-back.