Date: 8th January 2008 at 10:48am
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Radostin Kishishev wont remain at Elland Road past this current loan deal as Leeds United boss Dennis Wise looks to the future as he continues to rebuild his squad.

In an interview for the official club website, Wise admitted that he is now looking for players to come in that will remain at the club for a number of years, rather than short term signings that will “do a job.” This will spell the end for Kishishev as Wise went on to explain:

‘I want permanent players who are going to be here for two or three years so we can build things together.’

‘Kish came back in on loan a month or so ago, but he will go back. We’ve had a chat and he understands what the situation is.’

Jonathan Bottinelli and Nicolas Bianchi will arrive at Thorp Arch this week courtesy of Leeds’ attempts to build up a partnership with Argentinean side San Lorenzo and Wise, whilst seemingly cautious, is looking forward to seeing what they can do:

‘I need two centre-halves, there’s a connection with us and the South American side of things.

‘There’s an agent over there who is going to send us a couple of players, we’ll have a look at them and decide what we’d like to do.

‘It’s good for us and it’s good for them as well.’

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