Marcelo Bielsa “is too good for Leeds,” says Jamie O’Hara, who tells Argentina to aim for Barcelona amid Elland Road contract wait – .

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Marcelo Bielsa “is too good for Leeds,” says Jamie O’Hara, who tells Argentina to aim for Barcelona amid Elland Road contract wait – .


He likes to keep fans and journalists on their toes but Marcelo Bielsa is expected to be in charge of Leeds for the coming season.

The Argentine is technically out of contract at Elland Road, however, that’s exactly how he tends to do it.

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He never let Leeds down like this during his three-year stint, but fans will be very slightly concerned until his future is announced.

The Whites had a memorable first season in the Premier League as they finished ninth in the standings.

Bielsa has been rightly praised for his work at the Yorkshire club and Jamie O’Hara believes the manager should take time to think about his next move, insisting that there are better things.

O’Hara told talkSPORT: “He must be at a big Bielsa club, right? He has to be at a club like Barcelona, ​​let’s be honest.

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Asked about the possibility that Bielsa will one day manage Tottenham, O’Hara said: “Spurs are a bigger club than Leeds… that would be a step forward. Jose Mourinho isn’t going to be Leeds manager, is he?

“I’m not saying Leeds are not a big club and I’m not saying Bielsa has to leave, I’m saying he should be at a club like Barcelona. He’s a great manager and Leeds are very lucky to have him.

“I would love him at Spurs, but he will never leave Leeds to go to Spurs. Not enough ambition among Spurs.

Bielsa was the topic of conversation later on Wednesday’s Drive show as O’Hara reiterated his view that the 66-year-old should aim higher than Leeds.

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His three years at Leeds are the longest Bielsa has ever managed at a club

When asked if Bielsa was too good for Leeds, O’Hara replied: “Of course he is! He’s a world-class manager.

“I think he has some kind of love affair with this club, the city and the fans. They all love him and I think he loves them.

“But if someone like Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid or PSG comes knocking, I’m sorry you don’t stay at Leeds United, you go. ”

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