News from the Leeds United manager as final interviews are now scheduled

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News from the Leeds United manager as final interviews are now scheduled

Final interviews for Leeds United’s vacant managerial position will continue next week, according to Phil Hay.

Following the completion of the full takeover by American investors at Elland Road, attention can now be turned to a key element of Leeds’ redevelopment, which is in the Elland Road dugout.

Leeds United have been linked with several names as the search for a new appointment continues, with former Norwich City manager Daniel Farke, West Brom coach Carlos Corberan and Scott Parker currently being targeted for the vacant role, while Brendan Rodgers, also a name in the frame has rejected the possibility.

Football League World reported on June 12 that the interview process had already begun with Farke, Brendan Rodgers and Corberan said to be 49ers Enterprises’ top targets for the role.

And Hey, logging into your personal Twitter account [14 June]provided an update on the situation at Elland Road.

He tweeted: “It looks like the recruitment process will start next week with final interviews scheduled for the other side of the weekend. The first group of players should return for pre-season on July 2.”

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An intriguing week ahead

Leeds United are set for an incredibly pivotal and intriguing week ahead as they look to rebuild ahead of another trip to the Championship next season and it is absolutely imperative that the club make the right next decision.

Several names for the managerial vacancy have emerged in recent days, and the names being floated are those that potentially give the Whites their best chance of rapid promotion.

Farke is a great proposition given his Championship winning experience with Norwich City at this level and his ability to create an attractive and expansive brand of football that Leeds United fans are desperate for.

Corberan, because of his previous experience with the club under Marcelo Bielsa, will always win the hearts of those at the club and his massive jobs at Huddersfield Town and West Brom will leave the hierarchy at Elland Road reeling.

Parker shouldn’t be counted out either, after the great work he did at Fulham and Bournemouth, and he would be a sensible bet for American investors to exploit if they fail to land their preferred candidates for the role.

In other Leeds United news, doubts have emerged at the 49ers investment group over whether buying Whites is the right move.

Leeds United are looking to hire a new manager after formal interviews as three names emerge – Sky Sports



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