Pressure mounting on Marcelo Bielsa decision, Jesse Marsch would love Leeds United job - report
Jesse Marsch would love to manage in the Premier League and the Leeds United job is one that really appeals to him, according to 90min.
This comes after it was reported by The Telegraph that the American is now the number one choice to replace Marcelo Bielsa if needed.
The Whites are looking for a decision from El Loco, who runs on one-year contracts at Elland Road and could leave in the summer.
Marsch is currently out of work after leaving RB Leipzig this season after a patchy start to life in Germany.
The free agent did mastermind a win over Manchester City in the Champions League and tasted previous success in the MLS and at RB Salzburg.
90min have shared their information from sources close to Marsch as he waits to make the next step in his managerial career.
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Andrea Radrizzani is expected to make the next decision should Bielsa leave alongside Angus Kinnear and Victor Orta.
Alongside them will be the 49ers Enterprises, who could become the majority shareholder at the club with one more investment.
That is the plan in the coming years, and they would surely welcome an American with extensive European experience such as Marsch at the helm.
Marsch is said to have an attacking style that is similar to Bielsa, something which could help with the transition given that the past four years have been all out.
Bielsa admitted today that a decision won’t come until the summer, so much will depend on which division we find ourselves in.
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