Leeds United have opened talks with former West Brom head coach Steve Clarke according to Phil Hay from the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Hay tweeted the following: "Quite cloak-and-dagger on the head coach front but we're told that there's already been dialogue between Leeds and Steve Clarke. Clarke is said to be receptive to the idea of coaching Leeds. Long, long way from shaking hands though."
Clarke had a fourteen-year spell as an assistant manager at Newcastle, Chelsea, West Ham United and Liverpool before he became head coach at the Baggies.
During his first season at the Hawthornes Clarke guided WBA to an 8th place finish in the EPL.
West Brom got rid of Clarke following a run of four straight defeats and Clarke is yet to return to work.
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