The Argentine’s arrival Elland Road in the summer of 2018 transformed Leeds from a mid-table Championship outfit into a top ten chasing Premier League outfit.

 

Bielsa has dealt in one-year contracts since taking over the reins at Leeds and his future at the club is currently under the scanner with his current deal set to expire in the summer.

 

 

Leeds’ hierarchy are optimistic Bielsa will continue the project he started at the Yorkshire outfit in 2018 for another top flight campaign, but he has insisted he will only address his future at the club once the season is finished.

 

However, Bielsa has already sounded out his backroom staff over whether they can continue their stint at Elland Road for another season.

 

 

From analysis to management, the 65-year-old has banked on his coaching team throughout his stint at Leeds and he would potentially only want to commit for another year at the club knowing that it is feasible for his whole team.

 

Bielsa’s last contract extension was only announced less than 24 hours before the Whites travelled to Anfield to face Liverpool in their first Premier League game following a 16-year gap.

 

 

With the club now gearing up for the summer transfer window ahead of a top flight campaign in which they have ambitions to push for a European place, all eyes will be on whether they can sort out Bielsa’s contractual situation.