Sky Sports have reported that Leeds United coach David Hockaday has said he is not rushing into any deals for players.
The head coach will be preferring the patient route instead of panic buying players like many teams have done in the past. The Leeds United supporters will be looking for new recruitments to the team to be announced within the next few weeks but Hockaday has played it down by saying he will not be rushed.
David Hockaday spoke to the Yorkshire Evening Post and said “I’ve said before that Leeds had some good players here last season and a number of them have gone, including Ross.
“From my point of view, if we need to replace them we will replace them and we’ll do that as quickly as we can, but we won’t panic and we won’t do anything silly.
“We might have to show patience in some positions and some things might move quicker than others but it’s one of those things where if there’s a gap to fill, we’ll fit it properly and professionally, but if it needs patience, we’ll show patience.”
“We are back training on Thursday so I will have a chat with him then and we’ll see where we go from there.”