Leeds have managed to fight off competition from many top-flight clubs and second tier rivals for Manchester United's Nick Powell.
Two in, three out at Leeds
Powell debuted for Leeds in their 2-0 win over Mlada Boleslav, in which Powell scored one goal. Some of the Elland Road faithful were annoyed that their new manager Uwe Rösler has taken a player from their most vicious rivals in the country, but after recalling the effect Gordon Strachan had since swapping Old Trafford for Elland Road in 1989, the supporters were quickly eased.
Powell will go into a very strong midfield core that contains the likes of Lewis Cook, Sam Morsy, Luke Murphy and Tommaso Bianchi. Being involved with such a group of players will definitely aid both clubs, with Powell developing alongside the youngsters at Elland Road before going back to Old Trafford a better player, after improving Leeds' league position and results.
Powell signs on loan from the Red Devils, with Leeds covering 50% of his £12,000 wages.
The next player to sign for the Whites
is the unknown quantity that is Chris Speed
The striker never managed to play a single competitive game for Crewe Alexandra in League One last season, but scored 25 goals in the under-17's and 18's teams for Crewe. This transfer seems to be the one fans of the West Yorkshire side seem to be questioning most, even though Rösler paid such a low fee for the striker.
Although, Dennis Wise - former manager of Leeds, who brought Jermaine Beckford to the club compared Speed's and Beckford's rise to prominence in the Elland Road ranks.
Dennis Wise managed Leeds between 2006 and 2008.
Wise said: "I don't question Rösler's judgement on the Chris Speed transfer whatsoever. It's what you do when you're a manager in the lower leagues.
"Jermaine Beckford was signed from Wealdstone in 2006 by me. Wealdstone were, and still are in the Ismithian Premier League in England - one of the lowest levels in English football, but he was, and still is a clinical finisher, and judging by Speed's record in the youth levels, so is he.
"Give Speed some time to develop, then judge him."
Chris Speed joins the ranks at Leeds for a fee of £40,000 and a wage of £250 per week.
Now, onto departures. Three youth academy products were sadly released earlier in the month - with centre-back Ross Killock and right-backs Lewie Coyle and Matthew Downing all leaving the club with immediate effect following many years with the club.
Ross Killock and Matthew Downing have both found new clubs, with Killock at Macclesfield and Downing at AFC Fylde. Lewie Coyle remains a free agent.
Ross Killock finished an 11-year affiliation with the West Yorkshire side due to his release.
The next player to leave is Steve Morison
. He leaves on a free transfer to his former team Millwall, who he spent time on loan two seasons ago.
Morison was heavily criticised early in the season after a long term spell out of the first team. But Neil Redfearn reinvigorated the forward, placing him in a target man type of role up front, and even sometimes out on the wing! The striker wasn't a goalscorer at all, but he set up many goals and was an integral part in last seasons campaign, gaining more plaudits than critics by the end of the season.
Morison was one of a few shining lights in last seasons campaign
But unfortunately, Uwe Rösler found the English-born Welshman surplus to requirements at Elland Road - and with the arrival of Jermaine Beckford, it put him further down the pecking order below Mirco Antenucci, Billy Sharp and Lewis Walters.
Steve Morison moves back to The Den for no fee.
The next departure isn't a permanent one, but Chris Dawson
moved to strugglers Blackpool earlier in July for a full season loan, with Blackpool paying all £2000 of his weekly wages during the loan.
The youngster has found it difficult to find a place in the first-team since his rise in popularity with the coaching staff and supporters in 2011. The central midfield role at Elland Road has been held by many great occupants in the past, making it difficult for a very small man in the centre - which isn't regularly the case in the Championship.
Chris Dawson playing for the Whites
But the midfielder is set to be one of Leeds' brightest prospects, and a loan move cannot harm his development at all, especially to Blackpool, where he will have to adjust to the conditions at the club and overall make him a better player.
Chris Dawson moves to Blackpool on a full-season loan with Blackpool paying 100% of his £2,000 wages.
But the latest departure from Elland Road is the only one so far that has commanded an actual transfer fee. Scott Wootton
has swapped Elland Road for the AMEX Stadium down south to join Brighton & Hove Albion for a fee of £425,000.
Brian McDermott signed the centre-back/right-back from Manchester United upon his arrival at Elland Road for a fee of £500,000 and appeared 20 times for the Whites
that season, scoring on his debut against Doncaster Rovers in 2013. He was heavily slated by fans in his first season which led to new manager David Hockaday loaning Wootton out to Rotherham United until January - by which time Darko Milanic had gone and Neil Redfearn was in charge.
Wootton celebrating his debut goal against Doncaster Rovers early in the 2013/14 season.
Redfearn again reinvigorated Wootton like Morison, and pushed Sam Byram further upfield into right-wing, slotting Wootton into right-back and it definitely worked - the communication between the two youngsters was brilliant and fans began to like the former Man United defender, but with Tendayi Darikwa arriving from Chesterfield, it appeared Wootton had no choice but to leave and Brighton gladly took him for a reasonable fee.
Scott Wootton moves to Brighton for a fee of £425,000 and a wage of £6,000 per week.