What’s next for Leeds United?

After what is with no doubt Leeds United’s best season in their most recent years, narrowly missing out on the play-offs finishing in 7th, what do they need to do to improve & make the play-offs or automatic promotion?

Is Garry Monk staying?

Garry Monk has seemed to have worked wonders in his so far short stay at the club, taking Leeds United from a struggling bottom of the league team to one of the top teams in the league. But one thing many fans want to know, is he getting a new contract?

I think everyone would agree that they don’t want to see him leave and it would be a very strange decision from the club to not keep him with what he has done.

Andrea Radrizzani to buy 100% stake?

With Andrea stating he will have 100% control within the near future could this be the man Leeds United have been waiting for?

Many fans believing he is and that he will bring in the much-needed funds for players to be brought in and to tie Garry Monk down to a long-term contract.

Keeping hold of loan players?

With multiple players being on loan who should be kept? and who should be forgotten about?

Kyle Bartley – It’s an obvious yes from any Leeds United fan.

Hadi Hacko – The young winger had an impressive impact at first but seemed to drop off rather quickly, is he worth the gamble? In my opinion yes, he has shown what he is capable of and is still young.

Modou Barrow – The winger from Swansea has struggled to get into the first team, most fans would believe in letting him go back to Swansea.

Matt Grimes – A 3rd loaned player from Swansea that has had a few rare appearances for the club and is more then likely to return to Swansea.

Pontus Jansson – A fan favorite in his first season, is believed to have signed a deal to join permanently.

Alfosno Pedraza – A young, Spanish winger, will be returning to his Spanish club after failing to gain promotion to the premier league.

Every Leeds United fan will be having a few interesting months before the new season and excited to see what happens, with big changes looming.

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