By Craig Scott

31st Mar, 2020 | 8:00am

Report details how Carlos Corberan is monitoring Leeds U23s amid UK lockdown

Leeds United Under-23s boss Carlos Corberan is using video calling app Zoom to keep tabs on his squad during the United Kingdom’s lockdown, according to LeedsLive.

Thorp Arch was shut down earlier this month with players being forced to keep themselves fit at home ahead of the season, hopefully, restarting at some point in the coming months.

While Marcelo Bielsa has been getting his squad to update him on their weight every morning via WhatsApp, Corberan appears to be taking a more personal approach to the way he is checking in on his players.

LeedsLive reports that the Spaniard is using a conference call app called Zoom in order to host video group chats with his players.

It is understood that he is keeping tabs on the players’ fitness during this period but it also could be good for team morale for them to check in on each other every now and then, see familiar faces and have a bit of a relief from being stuck inside with the same people.

Leeds’ official Twitter account uploaded a clip of some Under-23s players training at home last week, which went down well with supporters.

Hopefully it’s not too long before everyone is able to return to Thorp Arch to train together before the 2019/20 season is able to return.

In other Leeds United news, the Whites are eyeing up this goalkeeper who’s been valued up to £10million by a Champions League club.