Signs Pointing Towards Paul Heckingbottom Staying As Leeds United Boss
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16/05/2018 - 15:30 BST

Signs Pointing Towards Paul Heckingbottom Staying As Leeds United Boss

 




Paul Heckingbottom looks like staying in charge at Leeds United into next season.

The former Barnsley boss took the head coach's role at Elland Road in February after Leeds opted to sack Thomas Christiansen.




But Heckingbottom could not inspire a turnaround in results for Leeds and their top six Championship hopes quickly died, with the Whites eventually finishing in 13th place.

There has been speculation over Heckingbottom's future, with claims in some quarters that Leeds could show him the door.
 


But according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the signs point towards Heckingbottom continuing as head coach at the club.

The boss is in meetings with the club this week as he looks to push forward their transfer strategy and pre-season plans.

Leeds have already been linked with a host of players and Heckingbottom could oversee a significant turnover of players in the summer transfer window.

However, the Whites have a number of players on long-term deals, meaning moving players on could be a challenging process.