Webber signs up at Elland Road...
Leeds United have signed the versatile Danny Webber on a deal until the end of the season.
The 30-year-old, who can play out wide or up front, was due to make his first appearance in a Leeds shirt in Tuesday's behind-closed-doors game against Middlesbrough.
Webber has scored 50 goals in almost 250 career appearances and, after learning his trade at Manchester United, he had successful spells at both Watford and Sheffield United.
The player also spent two seasons with Portsmouth and was a free agent after his contract expired at the south coast club last summer.
Danny worked with United boss Neil Warnock during his time at Bramall Lane, and he also trained with the new manager at Queens Park Rangers earlier this season.
The boss was keen to strengthen the wide attacking area following the unexpected departure of Andros Townsend last week and he said: "I know the player well and he'll be good to have around the place."