Jesse Marsch, the previous head coach of RB Leipzig, has been named Leeds United’s new boss after the sacking of Marcelo Bielsa on Sunday.
The 48-year-old has agreed to signal a contract with the Elland Highway membership till June 2025, and the previous New York Pink Bulls and Pink Bull Salzburg boss is simply ready for his work visa to be finalized earlier than he begins the job.
“It is one thing I am actually enthusiastic about,” Marsch mentioned.
“I do know what a giant membership Leeds is, I do know ex-players who’ve performed right here and I’ve watched this membership from afar for a few years and I am actually honoured and excited to be right here.”
He added: “How [Bielsa] has helped remodel Leeds United right into a Premier League staff is fairly wonderful.
“For me, I simply need to assist take the torch to the following section. All the pieces that has been performed has laid an unbelievable basis and, coming in at this second, I need to do every part I can to take the membership into the following stage of our historical past.”
After a sequence of humbling defeats, Leeds sit sixteenth within the Premier League desk, two factors above the relegation zone.