The Leeds boss said it will take a bit of time for the duo to adapt to English football.
Marsch explained the reason why he has not rushed his new signings into the first team despite Leeds’ poor form:
“I think it will naturally take (Rutter) a little bit of time but just like with Max Wober, we’re not waiting forever for him to acclimatise.
“But he’s intelligent, he understands a lot of the aspects.”
Forward options fully fit for this weekend
Marsch gave updates on key injury issues in the squad, revealing the return of Summerville:
“Cree (Summerville) is probably on the pitch next week but Georgie’s looked good in training so I think he’ll be in the squad and now we’ve got a little bit of a numbers situation so we’ll see where we’re at,” said Marsch. “We’re inching towards full capacity.”
The Whites could have all their first team attackers available for the first time in months:
“I think the way we play now I tend to think players need to have flexibility, we can call a system one thing but it can work in a different way and we can maximise the quality of each player,” Marsch said.
“I could imagine us starting with Patrick, Georgie and Rodrigo.
“We continue to build flexibility.”
Leeds are at home as they face Brentford this weekend. Wober will hopefully have recovered from Wednesday’s knock, as Rutter awaits his first taste of Premier League action. Marsch also added that Adam Forshaw is still unavailable.