Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa has revealed that he would be glad if he could make one or two signings for the club but insisted that the club will not be in any rush to make new signings. The Leeds United boss is regarded as one of the most attack-minded managers in the English Premier League and has also earned a lot of praise for how well he has built his Leeds United side over the years. After helping the club secure promotion from the Championship to England’s top-tier league over a year ago, his players took the league by storm and almost defeated Liverpool at the beginning of the season.
In their first game since returning to the Premier League, Liverpool were only able to narrowly escape with a 4-3 victory after a thrilling match at Anfield. His attacking style of play has become an envious one in the Premier League and he also helped the club secure a top-half finish last season. He has now revealed that he would love to build on their finish last season by bringing in players that would help improve the overall quality and depth in the squad.
Leeds United are in talks to sign Liverpool attacking midfielder Harry Wilson this summer. The interest of Leeds United in the Welsh international was confirmed by journalist Mercado Ingles via the Daily Mirror. It was revealed that Leeds United have opened talks with the Reds in a bid to sign Wilson.
Wilson has failed to settle down at Liverpool despite some successful loan spells at lower league teams like Hull City and Cardiff City. He spent the penultimate league season on loan at Bournemouth in the Premier League but the Welshman could not save the Cherries from dropping down into the English Championship.
Premier League club Leeds United have already started making a list of the players they would like to sign in the summer and it is already looking like an interesting list even though there has not been any major transfer bid for any player yet. Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa is currently happy with his squad but when asked if the club would engage in any transfer business this summer, he said they would only be signing players he feels they need and will help the team.
The Elland Road club have been very impressive this current campaign, their first in the English Premier League in over a decade. Although there have been a couple of bad moments for them, they have had to cope with the pressure, pace, and intensity of the top division, which is slightly different from what they have in the Championship, the division they played in last season.
Leeds United are reportedly keen on signing West Brom midfielder Conor Gallagher in the summer. This is according to the publication from the stables of popular media platform Team Talk.
Gallagher is a Chelsea player who has spent the season on loan at struggling West Brom. Gallagher and West Brom have battled relegation from the Premier League for the majority of the season.Gallagher signed for the Baggies on loan from West London giants Chelsea on loan for the entire duration of this season.
Crystal Palace and Leeds United youth teams will lock horns in their Premier League 2 clash and it’s expected to be an interesting game for many reasons. Leeds United U23 boss Mark Jackson will take his players on a trip to Crystal Palace where they will be looking to seal their 10th win on the bounce.
The Whites are on a 9-game winning streak that has started since mid-November last year and they have been very scintillating since then. Their spectacular form has also seen them establish a mammoth 10-point gap at the top of the Premier League 2 table.
Marcelo Bielsa and his Leeds United side will be tested at home as they prepare to welcome Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton at Elland Road. The two teams will lock horns in their Premier League clash on Wednesday evening with both teams aiming to gun for victory over each other.
The home side will be heading into this fixture beaming with confidence as they are coming on the back of a remarkable 3-1 victory over Leicester City away from home at the Kings Power Stadium. Stuart Dallas, Patrick Bamford, and Jack Harrison were among the goals as a charged Leeds side came back from behind and ensured they downed the Foxes who faltered at home. (more…)