It’s been a long time since Leeds United featured in the Premier League, but with Argentine Marcelo Bielsa in charge, that might be about to change.
It is sure to be an interesting season next term for the West Yorkshire club. Marcelo Bielsa comes to the club with quite a reputation behind him. His obsessive approach to preparation and unique tactical approach set him well apart from the majority of other managers.
Bielsa favours a 3-3-1-3 formation utilising a hook, or an ‘enganche’ between midfield and attack. He also demands a high press and versatility from his players. The Argentine has claimed to have watched all 51 of Leeds United’s games from last season, a surprise only to those not familiar with his obsessive approach.
Whilst the arrival of the manager has caused some fanfare, things have been relatively quiet on the transfer front. Bielsa has solved the issue between the sticks with the season-long loan of Jamal Blackman from Chelsea. On the outfield front however, things have been all too quiet for Leeds United fans liking.
With that in mind, here are three players Leeds could sign which would surely seal a return to the Premier League…