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3rd May, 2017 | 1:56pm

BBC journalist delivers massive Twitter update on Monk future at Leeds

By Harvey Byrne

Leeds are planning to hold talks with manager Garry Monk in the next week, according to a BBC journalist.

Recent reports have stated that the Yorkshire giants were looking to sack Monk after his failure to reach the play-offs this season.

However, this news was met with disgust and a number of fans have been keen to express their anger on social media to co-owner Andrea Radrizzani.

Now, there could be some good news for the Leeds support with BBC Sports journalist Adam Pope sharing a massive update on his personal Twitter account that talks would begin with the club and Monk in regards to his future.

Monk joined Leeds in the summer on a one-year rolling contract following the sacking of Steve Evans.

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The club have been well-known for making a number of managerial changes under Massimo Cellino, but it is believed that he will soon be leaving the club.

Now, former Swansea boss Monk has had what has largely been considered a successful season, despite the end of campaign drop off and many are keen to see him back out on the touchline for the next campaign.

In other Leeds news, fans have urged Monk to sign this reportedly available 28-year-old.

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