Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa has been speaking to the press today ahead of the club’s Saturday clash with West Bromwich Albion.
Leeds are hoping to stay top of the league with a win at the Hawthorns. He confirmed, as reported by Leeds Live, that he does not feel Leeds need to sign any new players in January.
He highlighted the returns from injury of Patrick Bamford, Izzy Brown and Luke Ayling as reasons why Leeds will be fine. He did, however, confirm he would listen to the board, including Victor Orta if they have ideas.
Pablo Hernandez has also spoken to the press. The Spaniard admitted he might be in the best form of his career after his recent performances.
He also spoke of his recovery from a troublesome hamstring problem, admitting he is hopeful he will not suffer another relapse of the problem.
The YEP suggest Leeds are hoping to hand new contracts to three players before or during January. Kemar Roofe, Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Samuel Saiz are all being targeted for a new deal.
The report also detailed how Mateusz Klich has a renewal clause in his deal, which Leeds are likely to activate for a further year.