The sporting director of Kalmar has told the Swedish media he’s very happy with the deal which has taken Marcus Antonsson to Leeds United. The forward was today officially announced as a Leeds United player after weeks of talks between the two clubs.

Speaking to Aftonbladet, Thomas Andersson Borstam was asked about the details of the deal, and in particular how much Leeds United had paid for Antonsson.

Borstam said he wouldn’t go into this because he believes it’s not something that should be made public. However, the Kalmar director revealed that his club have come out well with the deal.

“I understand the interest, but in respect to everyone involved, we will not disclose the fee. But we are very happy with the deal,” said the Kalmar chief.

Antonsson will join Leeds United on a three-year deal, and despite Borstam refusing to disclose the fee it’s been reported by the British media to be in the region of £2m.

The 25-year-old has already trained with his new teammates and he was yesterday photographed at Thorp Arch.