MORE PLAYERS NEEDED
The Leeds United manager Neil Warnock is expected to jump into the transfer window in order to bring in a few more loan players in order to compensate the injury problems the club has suffered in the first few weeks of the new Championship campaign. Leeds United were one of the club’s expected to be at the top of the table challenging for a promotion spot. However, there are currently in the seventh position after having lost one match and drawn the other in these five fixtures. Leeds United recently signed on the former Blackburn and Bolton winger Diouf, but he is not expected to be the last signing at Ellands road this summer.
Due to the fact that the Premier league club have now submitted the 25 man squad, it has left Neil Warnock with the opportunity to bring in a few more players who have been omitted from these squads. Players who are omitted from the 25 man squad for the Premier league will not have the opportunity to play for their clubs until January. As a result, it makes a lot of sense for the Premier league clubs to send the players out on loan to Championship clubs.
“It’s another blow and I’m really disappointed for him because he’s had a great start to the season. He’ll be looking at three to four weeks so it’s not long-term, but we’ve already lost Paul Green and we’ve got Michael Brown struggling with a hamstring strain as well. We’re looking thin in that area,” said Neil Warnock recently about the injury situation. “If you have some momentum going then you don’t really want a break. But it is what it is and we have to use it to our own advantage,” said the assistant manager of the club, Mick Jones.