Leeds United could be set for what could be the biggest shock of the summer.
The club have been linked with a plethora of managers ready to take the reigns over from recently linked departee Paul Heckingbottom.
With the recent news that Paul Heckingbottom has been dismissed as the club, Leeds will look for a speedy replacement.
However, recent links show that Marcelo Bielsa could be the next man to take over the Whites as they look to force through a promotion push.
Bielsa, who departed French club Lille back in December after a poor six months in charge is now ready to get back to management and Leeds seem interesting in trying to get the Argentinian to try his ability for the first time in England.
The former Argentina, Chile, Bilbao, Marseille and Lazio boss could be an inspired signing if they are to follow through with their interest.
However, although Bielsa comes with bags of experience and at a managing capital you’d never expect in England’s second tier, the 62-year has not enjoyed any fruitful years with his past three clubs.
Bielsa has departed on not so great terms resigning before being sacked at Marseille, then moving on to breach his own contract at Lazio before his poor spell with Lille.
Whether Bielsa could be inspired to turn around a dwindling Leeds side is yet to be seen.
By Ryan Ingham