Leeds United manager Thomas Christiansen has delivered a disheartening message to Leeds fans concerning the Whites transfer business.
Talking in a press conference, posted to the BBC Radio Leeds website, Christiansen stated that he does not think there will be anymore signings during this window,
“I don’t think so,” was Christiansen’s short reply when asked if he was expecting any signings before the window closes this Wednesday.
However, the Danish born manager has not resigned himself completely to that statement, and believes that until the window is shut anything can happen,
“You never know, until the transfer window is done, anything can happen.”
Leeds have been succesful during this window, having already adressed some key areas of weakness amongst the team by bringing in the left-back Laurens De Bock, and midfielder Adam Forshaw.
Christiansen has also managed to secure more depth across his whole team, having signed Sam Dalby in the midfield, Aapo Halme in defence and Yosuke Ideguchi as an attacking option.
This intense transfer action could be a direct response to having some of his players unavailable due to suspension, as the fan favourite Samuel Saiz is still banned following his spitting incident.
In other Leeds United transfer news, it has been reported that the Whites are on the verge of securing this Arsenal keeper.