Former Dundee United defender Barry Douglas has completed an emotional return to former club Lech Poznan, following the expiry of his Leeds United contract.

Douglas left Leeds United earlier this summer after a season-long loan spell with Blackburn Rovers. He was linked with moves back to Scotland and another report linked him with Italian side Brescia, but the left-back has opted to move back to Poland. The 31-year-old first switched to Lech Poznan in 2013 after three years with Dundee United.

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Swapping Leeds United for Poland. (Photo by Speed Media/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

A Lech Poznan statement reads: “Barry is flying to Poland today to finalize his return to Bułgarska Street. The Scot will sign a two-year contract. It is possible that he will not be able to immediately join the team. It all depends on whether he will have to undergo quarantine.

“Only medical tests and the signing of the contract, which will be valid until June 2023, remain from the formalities.”

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