Leeds United’s vocal owner Andrea Radrizzani sent a message to Helder Costa on Twitter following his arrival at Elland Road.
The Whites confirmed on their official website the capture of the attacker from Premier League side Wolverhampton Wanderers.
He has made the switch to Elland Road on an initial one year loan, which will become a permanent transfer next summer for an undisclosed fee.
The Mirror reports that Costa is set to cost the Yorkshire club a staggering £15million by the time the permanent deal is finalised.
Radrizzani has welcomed new signing Costa to Leeds and thanked Wolves’ chief executive Jeff Shi for allowing the move.
“Welcome Helder Costa. Thank you for joining our club and joining our race to EPL (English Premier League). Many thanks to Wolves, Jeff Shi and players agents for their support to make this deal happening,” Radrizzani wrote on his personal Twitter account.
Leeds are shaping up excellently ahead of the new season and should be right in the mix for promotion again, as they lost out in the play-off semi-finals during the last campaign.
They just lacked a cutting edge in attack at times last season, but their new addition should help out.
Costa arrives on an initial loan to inject some extra quality and he was terrific during his last spell in the Championship, where he ended up achieving promotion with Wolves.
The 25-year-old is a left-footed winger that should be back to his best in England’s second-tier after struggling to make an impact in the Premier League.