Sneak preview of our special edition Leeds United 2021-22 season club annual

Leeds United’s 2021-22 Premier League season looks set to start with a bang after Marcelo Bielsa’s men were pitted against their old rivals from across the Pennines on the first weekend of the campaign.

After a busy summer of movement in the transfer window and watching England go oh-so close at Euro 2020, all eyes are on the August 14 clash against to face Manchester United.

For Bielsa and Leeds, the trip to Old Trafford presents the perfect opportunity to exact revenge for last season’s 6-2 defeat and provide the perfect platform on which to build on the club’s ninth-place finish in their first campaign back in the Premier League.

To help you prepare for the upcoming campaign our team of Leeds United writers have put together an unmissable, 40-page souvenir guide – available for just the price of postage and packaging.

You can see the cover here:

The cover of LeedsLive’s Leeds United pre-season preview

Beren Cross, Joe Donnohue and Joe Mewis will assess the unforgettable 2020-21 campaign and bring you latest news on the upcoming season.

Whether it’s the inside line on transfers and what the new faces will bring, Bielsa’s preparations for Leeds’ sophomore season back in the top flight or what to expect from the prospering academy, we have put together a comprehensive guide to the 2021-22 campaign.

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Ahead of an exciting new season of football for Leeds United and their rivals, Reach PLC are celebrating the return of fans to stadiums across the Premier League, Championship, League One and the Scottish Premiership with 41 special edition club annuals for the 2021/22 season.

Fans can order these one-off titles in print to arrive at their doorstep before the campaign kicks off with all the details on the new season, new signings and how their club has been preparing to go after glory again.

Every annual includes a full club-by-club breakdown of the competition, key stats and the latest information around the grounds as football puts supporters back at the heart of the action.

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