Daniel Farke has made things clear about the future of some players at Leeds United.
The German, who was hired earlier this month, has been tasked with taking Leeds back up to the Premier League. The club have already lost a host of players this summer, with Aaronson, Roca, Robin Koch and Rasmus Kristensen all departing.
However, the former Norwich coach believes he has a fair idea of who will remain at the club:
“Each and every day we have many, many conversations, but it’s not up to me to speak in public about this,”
“So, it’s important we do this behind closed doors and be sure so we work our socks off right now each and every day.
“At the moment, the days don’t have enough hours, if I’m honest, in order to do all the work. It will last a while until we are in a really solid position that we have a big, clearer picture of who is with us and who is not.
“It’s also important to be professional and to work really hard on our fitness level also, to bring our ideas to the players in order to be prepared when things really count.”
Leeds kicked off their pre-season with a 2-0 loss to Manchester United in Norway.