Leeds United are back in Premier League after a sixteen-year absence. The Whites owner Andrea Radrizzani made it clear that they do not aim to be a passenger in the Premier League to fill the club quota, but rather to have a long-term vision.
Instead of following the routes in the transfer market for Fulham and Aston Villa, the Yorkshire outfit will likely follow the trajectory of Sheffield United.
Marcelo Bielsa hopes the club should stay and sign a new contract. It’ll be interesting to see how Leeds handles the summer transfer window because they will be searching for young players to improve their squad.
According to Le Buteur sources, Leeds manager Bielsa has turned Said Benrahma into a key signing for the club.
The 24-year-old midfielder once again dazzled in the Championship for Brentford, scoring 17 goals and assisting eight this season.
The report claims that the Whites are preparing an offer to secure his signature in the £23 m (€26 m) area.
Brentford is one of the race promotion clubs and Benrahma could still play football with them next season.
Nevertheless, Leeds can pay him substantial amounts of money. He ‘d be a good signing for the club but its chances of joining Leeds at the end of the season will depend on Brentford ‘s league status.