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.

Speaking in a recent interview, Bielsa said that he appreciates the efforts his players have kept putting in to make the team a better one and that he would be looking forward to seeing more of such performances from them. He said that even though he appreciates his current crop of players, he still feels that there’s a need to make some new signings at the club for overall improvement.

Leeds made their return to the Premier League after several years out of the competition but after the remarkable season they had at the end of the 2019-20 season, they regained promotion into the division and they impressed excellently.