By Derek Smithson

Leeds’ director of football Victor Orta has revealed that Pep Clotet, James Beattie and Darryl Flahavan will leave the club.

The trio are all set to depart Elland Road this summer following a major shake-up under full owner Andrea Radrizzani.

Orta has revealed that the three senior man could now follow former manager Garry Monk to Middlesbrough, who will be competing in the Championship next season following their relegation.

The Spaniard explained that Monk’s backroom staff will leave and will not be working under new boss Thomas Christiansen, as cited by the personal Twitter account of Yorkshire Evening Post correspondent Phil Hay.

Clotet worked as the assistant manager at Leeds for the past 12 months and was even listed as a potential candidate to succeed Monk at Elland Road.

Meanwhile, first-team coach Beattie and goalkeeper coach Flahavan will also exit in the summer.

Leeds enjoyed a successful season last year as they finished seventh in the Championship, but their backroom staff has been dismantled over the summer.

They will now be hoping that a new crop of senior figures can guide them back to the Premier League and lead a promotion push next season.

Monk’s expected reunion with his staff comes as no surprise as they managed to make huge improvements in just 12 months at Elland Road.

In other Leeds transfer news, they have received several Premier League enquires for their teenager.

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