THE WAIT CONTINUES: For Leeds United and head coach Marcelo Bielsa (left), who are still aiming for their first win of the new Premier League season after Saturday’s 2-1 home defeat against West Ham. Photo by George Wood / Getty Images.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to West Ham on Saturday despite taking the 19th-minute lead through Raphinha.
The opponent left Leeds in the relegation zone after six games played, the whites sat with three points and only one point ahead of second-placed Burnley.
The transfer window is now closed until January 1st, but the rumor mill is in full swing and we’ll be bringing you the latest news from Elland Road and beyond all day long on our live blog here.
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Last update: Sunday, September 26, 2021, 7:31 pm
- Leeds are still aiming for their first Premier League win of the season
- Transfer window closed until January 1st
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Leeds have been very interested in Club Brugge winger Noa Lang – and applications for the 22-year-old winger are expected from both Arsenal and AC Milan.
According to Voetbal24, Lang keeps “all options open”.
Leeds naturally signed winger Dan James this summer.
Voetbal24 says: “Noa Lang keeps all options open.
“That is also possible because there is great interest in him.
“In principle, he will also stay at Club Bruges until the summer.
“However, it is already clear that both AC Milan and Arsenal want to try to steal Lang from the club.
“He already has a clear preference between these two teams.
“Lang would like to take his chance in England. Arsenal are a club that stimulates the imagination, even if the Gunners are having a harder time at the moment.
“The question is whether Arsenal can meet the club’s financial conditions. Lang has to raise at least 30 million euros. “