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​Marsch has no problems with Leeds chief Radrizzani over transfer budget


Leeds United boss Jesse Marsch has no concerns about the club's transfer budget.

The Elland Road stadium club have worked hard to improve their squad this season for the American head coach.

Leeds were lucky to stay up after being in the relegation battle for much of last term, but are now looking onwards and upwards.

He said: "I want to be fair to Andrea [Radrizzani - majority owner] because, for me, he's committed in every way to every request I've had since I've been here. We're just operating within a budget that is defined.

"We're trying to find flexibility and be aggressive with some options, but doing it in a way that honours what Andrea has provided for us with commitment. I have a great relationship and we talk daily.

"There's always the conversations between Victor and Angus [Kinnear] and us and trying to make sure we're on the same page. Over the transfer period, things kind of ebb and flow based on the development of the team and each individual player.

"I could bring up 10 guys where maybe there was a thought about [them leaving]. We talked about Klichy (Mateusz Klich) and maybe there was an idea of a loan, what it meant to Klichy, his future and what it meant to us.

"It's come together in a way where everybody sees things now the same way and the air is very clear and understood. Then we can move forward all together.

"In the end, that's what's most important, that whatever decisions get made, either to move players out or bring players in, are done with the exact strategy and idea in mind for exactly what we need. A big compliment to everyone involved here in this building, and at Elland Road, we've done that really well."

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