HUDDERSFIELD TOWN will make Leeds midfielder Adam Clayton their fourth close-season signing – and are in the hunt for French defender Dorian Dervite.
Meanwhile sources suggest Antony Kay could link up with former Galpharm manager Lee Clark at Championship rivals Birmingham.
Town chief Simon Grayson signed 23-year-old Clayton from Manchester City when he was Leeds manager.
He’s been tracking the player ever since Town’s League I play-off triumph over Sheffield United, with a three-year contract now in place.
Clayton was transfer-listed by Leeds chief Neil Warnock after talks over an extension to his Elland Road deal, which ran until 2013, broke down.
The former England Under 20 man follows striker Sean Scannell, midfielder Oliver Norwood and defender Paul Dixon to the club for a fee believed to be in the region of £400,000.