Leeds land League Two Player of the Year on four-year deal

first_img1 Kemar Roofe in action for Oxford Leeds United have signed striker Kemar Roofe from Oxford United for an undisclosed fee.The 23-year-old has penned a four-year contract with the Championship side.Roofe fired 26 goals to help Oxford secure promotion to League One last season and was crowned League Two Player of the Year.He is the sixth signing made this summer by Whites boss Garry Monk, who was appointed as Steve Evans’ successor in June.“It’s an amazing feeling,” Roofe said of his switch to Elland Road. “I don’t think I’ll actually realise how big the club is until the first game of the season, but I’m amazed by what I’ve seen so far.“As soon as I found out, I was really pleased to be a part of a club like this. The club has a great history and a bright future as well.“You can tell there’s something exciting happening here with the signings we’re making – they’re all good signings.“I can’t wait to start getting to know the squad and playing football again.”Roofe joins Marcus Antonsson, Kyle Bartley, Hadi Sacko, Robert Green and Matt Grimes in moving to Leeds this summer.last_img read more