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11/07/2018 - 16:21 GMT

Chelsea Managerial Situation Delaying Leeds United Capture of Goalkeeper

 




Leeds United's loan capture of goalkeeper Jamal Blackman appears to be being held up by the managerial situation at Chelsea.  

The Blues are closing in on appointing former Napoli coach Maurizio Sarri as their new boss, with Antonio Conte expected to be shown the door at Stamford Bridge.




Leeds want to sign goalkeeper Blackman on loan, having failed with an effort to sign David Stockdale from Birmingham City.

But the loan agreement is taking time to push over the line and, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Chelsea are focused on solving their managerial situation at present.
 


It has been claimed that Leeds are likely to get Blackman through the door before they play their first pre-season friendly next week, against Forest Green Rovers.

The goalkeeper was on loan in the Championship with Sheffield United last term.


Blackman made 31 appearances in the Championship for the Blades and could again be set to play in the division next season.

Leeds have let two goalkeepers leave this summer, with Felix Wiedwald and Andrew Lonergan having departed.