Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa will be out of contract this summer, and speaking to the press recently, he revealed that an offer of a new one is currently on his table but he is delaying his decision on signing it until the season is over.
The Argentinian tactician was, however, keen to make it clear that this doesn’t mean he doesn’t want to stay at Elland Road or that the club hierarchy want him to stay more than he does himself. He also firmly stated he would not be considering any other offer until his job at Leeds is done. What he wants, in what appears as a fair piece of advice for club owner Andrea Radrizzani, is for the club to wait and see how the remaining part of the season turns out for his team before deciding whether to offer him the new contract or not.
“If the club needs an answer before the end of the season, I will respond before the end of the season,” Bielsa said. “But if this happens I will take the time to tell them that they should consider what happens in the last part of the season.