Thursday, 24th April, 2014

Leeds United legend Eddie Gray believes that the club will witness big changes in playing personnel over the course of the summer.

The Yorkshire giants had looked in line to challenge for a playoff spot before Christmas, but as off the pitch turmoil gripped the club, they slipped down the Championship table.

However, now under the ownership of Italian businessman Massimo Cellino, Leeds are preparing for renewed investment in the playing staff and a push for promotion to the Premier League next term.

And as such Gray expects to see much activity.


"There’s a gap between us and the top sides", he explained to the club's site.

"Brian [McDermott] said after Monday’s game that we have to have more quality.

"We beat two of the sides near the bottom, but there’s a gap to the top sides. It tells you everything about the rebuilding job for Brian. I’d expect changes.

"He said afterwards that he will be sitting down with the owner, he has a list of players, and they’ll see what happens. I expect changes over the summer."

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