Leeds United transfer news: Championship club re-sign former Norwich City, West Ham defender and Nottingham Forest defender Sam Byram for a second spell at Elland Road
Byram, 29, has penned a one-year deal following a successful trial.
Byram was released by Norwich in May after an injury-hit time at Carrow Road.
The versatile defender will provide an option and cover in both full-back positions and become the club's third summer signing after the additons of Ethan Ampadu and Karl Darlow.
Speaking about Byram in pre-season, Farke said: "Sam is obviously a top, top player once he's fit and a top class character, a Leeds academy product, he's had a really good spell here and he's homegrown which is also important for the Championship.
"He's an experienced player, that's what we need in a few positions."
Byram could make his second debut in Sunday’s Championship clash with Cardiff City at Elland Road.