Former Argentina manager Alejandro Sabella has hinted that he may take the vacant head-coach job at Leeds United, according to TeamTalk.
“The Leeds situation is intriguing, and I feel I have unfinished business with that club,” Sabella told the Argentine media.
The 59-year-old managed Argentina for the past three years and guided the country to the 2014 World Cup final.
Sabella managed Estudiantes from 2009 to 2011, winning the 2009 Copa Libertadores at the club.
The Argentine had a spell as a player at Leeds United during the 1980/81 season, amassing 23 appearances and scoring two goals.