The 21-year-old made his global debut for Japan in June 2017 and has won 10 caps, scoring twice.
Talks over a possible deal first began in September, when director of football Victor Orta revealed Leeds were close to confirming a "big surprise" arrival from Asia.
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Leeds United have announced the signing of Gamba Osaka midfielder Yosuke Ideguchi for an undisclosed fee.
He is then expected to fight for his place in the first-team by the beginning of next season.
So, it begs the question - why loan out a player who will be playing in the World Cup in Russian Federation when the cracks are starting to show that previously proved costly for a club and a fan base that is desperate to return to the Premier League?
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Despite that, the midfielder is moving on a half-season loan to Spanish second division side Cultural Leonesa, a club who like Leeds are connected to Qatar's Aspire Academy.
Originally, the move to Spain seemed the only viable option for Ideguchi, as it was believed the 21-year-old would struggle to obtain a work permit under FA rules.
Leeds, now occupying the final Championship play-off spot after winning 13 of their 26 league matches this term but are out of the FA Cup after suffering a shock third-round loss away to League Two Newport County on Sunday, have already signed 19-year-old Finnish defender Aapo Halme from HJK Helsinki this month, although he is mainly expected to feature for the Under-23s.
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The document, the Constitutional Court responded on Twitter, was available on its website. Mehmet Altan, 64, has written books on Turkish politics.