Date: 10th July 2018 at 1:00pm
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It’s been a frustrating window so far for the Whites and the Yorkshire Evening Post’s latest update is hardly going to help matters.

As soon as Marcelo Bielsa arrived we thought that the club was going to start making some big signings but in the weeks since we’ve yet to see a permanent deal.

Clearly, frustrations are high and it looks as though that continue with the Matej Vydra deal seemingly slipping from our grasp.

It looked as though eventually we’d get him but the Czech is apparently raising his wage demands and we’re not willing to match that.

Perhaps, then, this deal could now be off the table too.

The Verdict

What a summer it is ending up to be this year.

We thought we’d cracked it when Bielsa was appointed but things have not followed on as we’d expected and it remains to be seen how we’re going to turn this window around.

 

6 Replies to “Leeds could now be priced out of key deal”

  • Both Hydra and Hernandez are putting personal gain before professional development and achievements. They are cold blooded mercenaries who would sell their souls to the devil , IF the price was right and as such , and as human beings they are NOT FIT to wear THE white shirt. Let them peddle their wears for their silver elsewhere !

  • It’s nice to see sensible comments instead of the mindless junk from some so called supporters. Just look at the reason for Villa getting rid of their players and why Derby are not in the market until they sell Vydra. Just cast your mind back to previous Chairmen and what happened with their stupidity.
    Yes, I want to see us back in the top flight but we have some real quality coming through.
    Give the management a chance and stop whinging.

    • That comment was spot on. For once we get a coach that has the pedigree to take us up and some fans comment are self destructive. If it takes 3 more years to go up but stability and financial balancing of the books enables us to stay up then surely that’s better than spending un wisely quickly and deterring where we wish to stay long term. We have to support not derail as we are going in the right direction for once.

  • Totally Agree with all the comments here, we have to trust the management to keep the wage structure in place. I have been told I am not a fan for these comments, however we all have to realize that they are running a business, and if the business goes bust and cannot be saved then we have no club.

    I also agree that if a player is not playing for the shirt and just the money then they are not needed at ER, no matter how good they are. I am looking forward to the future and think that I will judge the management by the next transfer window and our position on the league

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