Leeds United fans can expect to see the Bielsa bucket at Elland Road for another season after 'El Loco' committed his future at the club.
Marcelo Bielsa has declared his contract situation at the Whites is 'resolved' ahead of their Premier League opener away to rivals Manchester United on Saturday. He will remain at Leeds for another 12 months.
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Leeds have also invested in Bielsa's playing squad this summer, making Jack Harrison's loan from Manchester City permanent, bringing in Junior Firpo from Barcelona, and also completing deals for youngsters Amari Miller, Lewis Bate, Kristoffer Klaesson and Sean McGurk.
Though they continue to be linked with other deals, Bielsa declared himself happy with his current options.
"I'm satisfied with the group I'm working with," he said.
"I couldn't tell you about hypothetical situations, but what I can tell you is the group of players I have I'm happy with."
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It doesn't stop there for Saints fans. Manager Ralph Hasenhuttl expects defender Jannik Vestergaard to complete the formalities of his move to Leicester ahead of the new Premier League campaign.
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