With Leeds rumoured to be signing Swedish striker Marcus Antonsson, we thought we'd give a little insight into the player before he signs on the dotted line.
So what do we know about the Kalmar FF striker?
Sweet f*** a** if we're going to be truly honest.
But we have done some research about the player that may come in handy. Especially with all the know it all scouts that pollute our Twitter feeds.
Antonsson is 25-years old and has only recently started to flourish since moving to Kalmar last season.
He joined from minnows Halmstad where incidentally our new Spanish assistant coach Pep Clotet was his head coach during a brief spell in charge.
It's more than coincidence that Antonsson's deal has been pushed through so quick, with Clotet only joining last week, the move may show that Cellino is giving our new coaching team more freedom in the transfer market.
(We're sorry Andrea, your skills of watching Football Manager simulations are no longer needed).
Antonsson is 25-years old and is currently in his second season playing in the Swedish top flight.
He is 6' 1/2 but still quite mobile, adding strength to our line up while not forcing us to just loft the ball up to him, I'm looking at you Matt Smith!
In his first season in the Swedish Allsvenkan league (their top flight) Antonsson scored 12 goals in 28 appearances for his new club and finished third overall in the scoring charts.
This season however, he is on fire. The Swede has 10 goals in 12 appearances and is the league's top scorer.
His current form apparently put him into consideration for the National squad for this summers Euro 16 in France, but he inevitably missed out. Zlatan doesn't need sidekicks, or does he?!
With a recent call-up linked and hitting form in the league it wasn't going to be long before he was linked with a big move abroad. At first it seemed that Villa would be the team to bring him in, it now looks like we've beat them to it.
Another club linked with a move was Spanish giants Sevilla, interestingly enough this was the same time that new head coach Garry Monk was spending time at the club brushing up on his coaching skills.
Leeds are said to have agreed a fee of around £1-1.2million for the striker and on his current form, that's a steal!
Antonsson mainly plays as a striker, but videos have shown him coming in from the left on several occasions to create chances and score goals on his own, bravo my son.
The aforementioned videos never show the complete picture and can be very misleading but there are definitely some highlights that make the player look like a good addition to the squad.
Videos have highlighted his skill on the ball, his movement off the ball, his ability to find little pockets of space to carve out chances and his superb finishing skills.
By all points given, sign the bugger up!
Now to where it gets interesting, for all you FIFA fans, which I'm sure we have quite a few, here are a few of the stats that will be important for your new season.
Antonsson has an overall of 67 and can grow to a potential of 69, which isn't fantastic. His current work rate is at High, Medium meaning you will be able to get a lot out of him if you do play him wide and with a stamina rating of 85, he'll last a long time.
His finishing stands at 71 and his volleys at 66, so basically just spray the ball at the net, you're only playing in the Championship!
A downfall is his two star skills but let's face it, you aren't going to be slotting in any Rabonas with a player from Leeds are you?
His acceleration and sprint speed are 73 and 76 respectably which are nothing to be sniffed at and his strength is 67 meaning he will at least hold the ball up on occasion.
Overall he'll be a good companion to the 71 rated Wood, with the New Zealand forward holding up his own with the physical stats of a Greek god.
We're expecting his current stats to change for the new season with the form he is currently on ahead of the summer re-evaluation that takes place before every new version, but at least you know what you can expect!
I know it's only a game, but it's always good to be informed, I can't help but spend countless hours on an evening with FIFA and I'm sure a few of you are the same.
So there you have it, a few drops of info on our apparent new striker. I have to say I'm excited to see him in a white shirt and hope he helps add plenty of goals to our tally over the season. 50 goals in 46 games was appalling last year, we can't have that again.
Let's just hope he's not another Thomas Brolin!
By Ryan Ingham