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Leeds United Transfers Progression Rather Than Revolution As The Search For A Central Midfielder And A Replacement For Casillas Intensifies

Leeds United’s pitch and one of Thorp Arch’s training fields were transformed into work sites just days after the previous season ended.

Marcelo Bielsa was promised the kind of playing field he needed for matches and throughout the week, so costly refits were set in action.

There was no requirement for bulldozers behind the scenes or in the recruitment department.

The summer transfer window promised to be like the majority of Bielsa’s at Leeds: productive but not extravagant.

It was critical to find a replacement left-back.

It would be beneficial to have a central midfielder.

And if the appropriate player emerged in the final weeks of the window, Bielsa hoped to sign another winger.

But not a complete renovation.

There will never be a reorganization.

The scale of their ambitions remained the same even as the plan for Elland Road changed marginally.

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