Garry Monk delivers massive update on his Leeds future after Wigan clash
By Amir Mir
Garry Monk has delivered a massive update on his future at Leeds by confirming that he has already held talks with co-owner Andrea Radrizzani.
BBC journalist Adam Pope revealed on his personal Twitter account that Monk held “initial talks” with the Italian on Saturday.
Monk further indicated that he will hold more talks with Radrizzani as he is set to make a decision on his future at the club.
Monk confirms initial talks held yesterday with Andrea Radrizzani which which continue over coming week. #lufc
— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) May 7, 2017
His comments come after Leeds recorded a 1-1 draw at relegated Wigan on Sunday afternoon to end their Championship season with a point.
Prior to kick off, the Whites were aware that they missed the chance of securing a place in the top six.
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However, they still reached their 75 point target, which they set at the start of the campaign, but it was not enough to secure a play-off place.
Striker Chris Wood, who has been their main goalscoring threat throughout the season, scored the equaliser in the second half.
Fans will be now hoping that Monk stays on at the club and helps them to another promotion charge next term.
Over the course of the season, Monk has guided his team to a number of good wins both home and away.
They beat their Yorkshire rivals Sheffield Wednesday on both occasions and picked up three points at home to Brighton, who finished second in the league and will now be playing Premier League football.
Rafa Benitez’ Newcastle won the title and Monk will be hoping his team can be in their position next season.
In other Leeds news, this is what the away fans were singing about Garry Monk after the Wigan game.