Leeds United are expected to announce the departure of Luis Sinisterra on a permanent basis on Friday, according to the Daily Telegraph.


Sinisterra pushed through a loan move to Bournemouth in the summer transfer window, with the winger keen to continue playing in the Premier League.


Bournemouth have been pleased with what they have seen of Sinisterra and want to keep him at Dean Court on a permanent basis.




They now have a deal in place with Leeds to sign Sinisterra permanently and he will cost the Cherries £20m.


And Leeds and Bournemouth will confirm the transfer on Friday.



With the window closed now, Sinisterra will need to wait until it opens in the summer to be formally confirmed as a permanent Bournemouth player.


Leeds paid £21m to sign Sinisterra from Feyenoord and will not make a profit on his exit.



They will though avoid having to pay Feyenoord any of the fee as a sell-on clause as that clause only applies to any profit made.