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Bielsa needs to think about offloading Saiz and Alioski

Bielsa needs to think about offloading Saiz and Alioski

Leeds United have been a force to be reckoned with in the current campaign as they continue to work towards securing an automatic promotion place. 

The Whites looked at bringing in a number of players back in the summer transfer window and they’ve already been linked with a number of faces leading up to January, so they could be in for a busy time of things next month.

Of course, with promotion to the Premier League at stake in the current campaign, bringing in reinforcements could prove to be vital in January. But, with a number of first-team players currently struggling to produce, the Whites may be forced into waving goodbye to a couple of former fan favourites.

With that in mind, Bielsa simply has to give this terrible duo the axe in the January transfer window…

EZGJAN ALIOSKI

Ezgjan Alioski has found it very difficult to ensure consistency in the current campaign, which has angered a lot of supporters as they continue to slate him for his performances.

The winger has the ability to become one of the best players on the pitch on his day but nothing has come off for him in recent times, which has forced Marcelo Bielsa into introducing Jack Clarke to proceedings.

Indeed, the Macedonian international could still seek improvements in the coming weeks, but at this moment in time an Elland Road exit is the only thing heading his way.

SAMU SAIZ

Samu Saiz would have been one of the players that supporters looked up to prior to the start of the current campaign, but things haven’t panned out for him just yet as he continues to disappoint. He still has the ability to become one of the best in the Championship once again, but his inconsistencies have been highlighted this season.

The attacking midfielder has struggled to find an end-product and has failed to contribute anywhere near as many goals and assists as last season, so he is fighting a losing battle at this moment in time.

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