By Mark Smith

25th Oct, 2022 | 10:10am

Victor Orta and Andrea Radrizzani scan market for Jesse Marsch upgrade at Leeds United, Sean Dyche not option

Victor Orta and Andrea Radrizzani are currently scanning the market for potential Jesse Marsch replacements at Leeds United, according to Mail+.

The online source has reported that there is not a “huge” queue of potential upgrades in the current market available should the American be sacked.

One early name that has been floated around is Sean Dyche, although the former Burnley man is understood to not be in the running right now.

Huge?

Even if they believe there are no big upgrades, even scanning the market in the first place may show that this is the beginning of the end for Marsch.

We will always be grateful for the job he did in keeping Leeds in the Premier League last season, but he hasn’t kicked on at all and if anything has gone downhill.

That is the brutal world of management, and if Marcelo Bielsa can get sacked after everything he did, the American will not believe he is immune to the same punishment.

A short-term fix is not on the cards though, meaning if someone was to come in, they would likely get a long-term contract to build something special.

Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Wolves have already bitten the bullet this season and got rid of their managers, to differing success, but with our games ahead, it would be foolish not to think that Marsch may be next on the chopping block.

This is a huge call to make for Radrizzani, and it may be the last massive decision he has to make before the 49ers Enterprises take either majority of full control of the club.

All eyes are on Elland Road.

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