Monk favorite returns, MLS ace snapped: Leeds potential post-XI

Leeds United are entering 2023 and they need a change. The Whites’ season hasn’t gone according to plan so far.

They sit just a couple of points above the relegation zone and had it not been for last minute wins against Leeds and Bournemouth they would now be firmly in the bottom three.

Simply put, this team is missing something, but thankfully, help might be on the way.

In fact, the January transfer window represents a chance for Los Blancos to dive into the market and strengthen their ranks.

Victor Orta will need to provide Jesse Marsch with reinforcements next month if the Whites are to fully stave off the threat of relegation and with that in mind we have sought to exploit the Yorkshire club’s potential post XI. to predict January.

We think Leeds can make two additions next month.

The first is a new left-back.

United have been in need of a new full-back for quite some time. Junior Firpo has been injured for ages and is out of shape, while Pascal Struijk is better off at centre-back – hence his place in this squad.

Kai Wagner is the player we are betting on here. He has been linked with Leeds for some time and, according to The Athletic, the Whites remain keen on the defender in January.

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The other new addition to our team is a familiar face. Chris Wood comes into play as an attack depth option.

Wood was of course a star for Leeds under Garry Monk.

The New Zealander has barely gotten a game at Newcastle and Leeds have been linked of late so a return to Elland Road might not be out of the question.

It remains to be seen what Leeds do next month but they may need some additions if they are to secure a place in midfield.

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