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29th Apr, 2017 | 6:19pm

Monk reveals the conditions needed to keep him on as Leeds boss

By Harvey Byrne

Manager Garry Monk has said he wants to stay at Leeds, but on the conditions that himself and the club can agree on what is needed in the summer.

The Yorkshire giants have seen their play-off hopes come to a crashing end on Saturday afternoon following their 3-3 draw against Norwich, which has left them three points behind Fulham in sixth with a 13 goal worse goal difference and just one game remaining.

The club and manager will now be looking to the future and what they can do to improve in the next campaign, but after a January which saw Monk only able to bring in Pablo Hernandez on a permanent deal it is clear he will be looking for reassurances that he will be backed in the summer.

The former Swansea boss told in his post-match press conference on Saturday, as covered by Phil Hay on his personal Twitter account that he will need an agreement with the club’s board in order to remain in charge of the team.

Monk has had a successful first season at Leeds despite missing out on the play-offs and fans are keen to see him remain in charge for the next campaign.

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However, with his contract set to expire in the summer of 2018 there will remain a doubt about his future until the club announces a new deal for the 38-year-old.

In other Leeds news, Noel Whelan has told what Andrea Radrizzani needs to give Monk this summer.

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