Leeds United fans have been reacting to comments made by Marcelo Bielsa about the club’s plans in the January transfer window.
The window is now in full swing, with some clubs already well on their way to completing their business and improving their team.
And whilst Leeds United aren’t in any immediate danger as they sit eight points above the drop zone, they could certainly do with some new faces to make sure they stay well clear as the season continues.
However, there appears to be some hesitancy from the Argentinian when it comes to bringing in some new faces to Elland Road.
Speaking in his press conference ahead of their clash with West Ham United in the FA Cup, Bielsa explained the club’s transfer policy when it came to the January window, and he appeared to be pretty exasperated about the matter, claiming he had “expressed himself enough on the subject, but any player who arrives and is better than what he has ‘would be welcome’,” according to Phil Hay.
Hay’s tweet, however, did not go down well with Leeds United fans when they came across their respective timelines, with many of them furious at the idea that they weren’t going to be as active as they perhaps could be in the window, especially given their injury situation:
Will Leeds make signings this January?
Let’s just hope that this policy doesn’t come back to haunt them, but there’s still plenty of time to go change their mind and bring some bodies in.