Marcelo Bielsa revealed yesterday that he did not agree with the decision to sell Ronaldo Vieira to Sampdoria earlier this week.
So far, things have been pretty quiet in terms of the Argentinian manager and any potential disagreement and that is obviously a good thing.
However, he is going to speak out when something goes how he doesn’t want it to and clearly that has been the case with the midfielder.
He said as per Leeds Live at his press conference yesterday:
“He was a player involved in the project. The club decided to sell him and I adapt to this decision. I can’t say he’s not a good player, he is.”
Clearly, he wanted to keep Vieira at the club and evidently rates the young midfielder as a decent player.
The club felt that the money was good enough to let him go, though, and I can understand that decision to be honest.
Hopefully, meanwhile, this will be a rare disagreement as we all know that the manager is not going to stand for much going against his wishes.