‘Let’s go’ – Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani’s brilliant message as Marcelo Bielsa signs

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has vowed to ‘support’ Marcelo Bielsa ‘100%’ after he signed a new one year deal as the club’s manager.

Bielsa has transformed Leeds during his first three seasons in charge of the club, guiding the Whites to the Premier League for the first time in 16 years before achieving a top half finish in the top flight last term.

And the 66-year-old has committed to a fourth term in charge, penning a one year deal until the end of the 2021/22 season – just as he has done in his first three seasons in charge at Elland Road.

The Argentine boss will now look to steer Leeds to a successful second season in the Premier League, starting with Saturday’s trip to Manchester United.

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Leeds have already added Barcelona left-back Junior Firpo and Norwegian goalkeeper Kristoffer Klaesson to his ranks this term, while United also signed Jack Harrison on a permanent basis from Manchester City.

And away from transfers, Bielsa admitted he has been left ‘astounded’ by the investment in infrastructure around the club since he took over as manager and that seems set to continue amid Radrizzani’s latest vow to his manager and the club’s fans.

“Glad we were finally able to share the official news with you,” Radrizzani tweeted.

“In reality it was just about finalising the paperwork. Marcelo has been as dedicated as ever all summer and we all support him 100%.

“Let’s go!”

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