Leeds United look like a dominant force under Marcelo Bielsa as they continue to pull off magnificent results in the current campaign.
The Whites drafted in a number of players this summer and it seems to have had a positive effect so far as they continue to push for promotion to the Premier League. Indeed, the likes of Patrick Bamford and Barry Douglas have already shown what they’re capable of and will only improve from here on in.
Interestingly, there’re a number of players that the Yorkshire club should think about offloading, with competition for places beginning to hot up and not much room for improvement.
Indeed, one player in particular failed to impress last season and has missed out on a place in the side due to injury so far, so he may not be able to find a way back in when he returns.
So, it’s hard to believe Bielsa didn’t shift this Leeds United flop…
Adam Forshaw, who is currently valued at £4.5 million (by Transfermarkt), has been one of Leeds United’s biggest transfer disappointments in recent years as he is yet to live up to expectations.
Indeed, the Englishman will find it very difficult to break into the side once he returns from injury in the near future as the likes of Kalvin Phillips, Mateusz Klich and Lewis Baker are all ahead of him in the pecking order.
So, Marcelo Bielsa should have thought about offloading him during the summer transfer window on a permanent deal as he will only be used as a last resort, and the Whites could have done with raising some more funds after bringing in a number of players.