Leeds United raise eyebrows by missing December wage packets - report
Leeds United cause panic by missing parts of their December pay packages before the Christmas period, according to the Daily Mail.
The newspaper reported in their print edition (15 January) that the Whites raised the eyebrows of agents within their squad.
It is suggested that no players complained, and their next wages before New Year’s Eve did arrive earlier than expected.
Given that the offices were closed around the Christmas period, it is no surprise that this slight mishap happened.
On top of that, the Leeds playing squad were fighting the outbreak of COVID-19, something that is unclear whether or not it reached other staff members.
Thankfully, for Andrea Radrizzani, no one appeared to complain and the issue was sorted swiftly at the club.
Leeds have bigger things to concentrate on in the transfer window, rather than players dragging up this accident down the line.
As you can see, the players have gotten on with things and secured that huge win last time out in the Premier League over Burnley.
Now the attention switches to using our finances to bring in a new face or two before the end of the January window.
At the midway point, only Mateo Joseph Fernandez has arrived from Espanyol for the under-23s, and more is needed.
Another midfielder is top of the wish list, and hopefully, Victor Orta can find that man sooner rather than later.
In other Leeds United news, Phil Hay has shared if the Whites are in the ‘advanced’ stages of any January signings