Leeds United have confirmed via the official website, the signings of Andy Gray and Jamie Ashdown.
Gray rejoins the club where he started his career after rejoining during the summer on a trial basis. The 34-year-old striker scored twice against Farsley AFC in the first pre-season game and has now signed a 1 year contract.
Gray made 29 appearances for Leeds during his first spell with the club before making over 500 senior appearances taking in 11 clubs including Barnsley, Sheffield United, Nottingham Forest and Bradford City, who were also interested in securing his signature. He has scored over 100 goals during his career and has been capped twice by Scotland.
Ashdown joins after his release from Portsmouth. He played the second half of the friendly against Tavistock as a trialist after agreeing a deal with Leeds. The 31-year-old keeper joins as cover for Paddy Kenny after the sale of Andy Lonergan to Bolton Wanderers and has made over 160 career appearance taking in clubs such as Reading, Arsenal (loan) and Norwich City.
Both players join on free transfers after being out of contract with their previous clubs.
Leeds have also confirmed on the website that deals have been agreed to sign Rodolph Austin and Luke Varney.
Varney is another player who would join from Portsmouth with the deal going through when minor details are sorted between the striker and the Fratten Park Club.The fee would be undisclosed although rumours have placed the fee to be anywhere upto £500000.
Austin will sign with Leeds subject to a work permit after a fee was agreed with his current club, SK Brann. Rumours have persisted for several weeks surrounding Neil Warnocks interest in the Jamaican international midfielder, with a fee of around £300000 finally being agreed.
Leeds have also given a trial to former Lyon defender, 21-year-old Sebastian Faure who played in the 2-0 friendly victory against Alfreton.