Marcelo Bielsa, manager of Leeds United, will prepare the preparation for the new season, and pre-season by months away, as Argentina looks to the disappointment of last season and the automatic promotion of the proprietors at Elland Road.
Bielsa may look at the Wolves squad, a club he has an interest in before, especially as Nuno Espirito Santo pointed out that both Helder Costa and Ivan Cavaleiro could be leaving Molineux this summer after a mark make in the last Premier League season.
Bielsa was eager Cavaleiro back in January transfer window, but he switched his attention to Daniel James in Swansea, but with 25-year-old age being provided by his club, a return from the whites could be on those cards.
So should Leeds be interested again in Cavaleiro this summer?
We discuss …… ..
“It would be a great player to be able to introduce it.
“However, it has been said that they are interested in some others including his team warden Wolves, Costa Helder.
“If they can bring in both, that is what they should do but if they have to choose between the two they should go to Helder Costa. It is better than Cavaleiro and plays on the right hand side, and the moment Leeds needs to fill the most.
“No, not yours.
“If it's not available now, they shouldn't think about it at all.
“Who knows where they will be in January? They may be ten clear points and have little need for a new face.
“Their focus must be here and now and if it is unlikely that it will progress, then they should forget it until the circumstances demand that they are in the market again.” T
“Leeds could move smartly.
“Cavalerio was an important player for Wolves during the 2017-18 season where Wolves won the Championship and it could play an important role for Leeds next season.
“He's an exciting player and he already has plenty of Championship experience, so he'd be a good sign.
“If Wolves is willing to let him go then I don't see why Leeds would not be going to him, although other clubs are likely to be competitive.” T
“This should not be serious.
“It's not getting enough game time with Wolves, which is not surprising because of the progress they have made in a short period of time.
“Cavaleiro has already demonstrated that it has the quality to perform in the Championship, and with Leeds seeking depth and quality in wide areas, it would be a silly Bielsa not going for the winter.” T