Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch is reportedly expected to make changes to his coaching staff this summer.
Among the targets for new additions to come in is Manchester United assistant Chris Armas, according to a report from The Athletic.
Armas joined Man Utd under interim manager Ralf Rangnick, and it seems he’s impressed Leeds boss Marsch.
It makes sense for the American tactician to bring in his own staff and make the necessary changes at Elland Road after he inherited a struggling side from Marcelo Bielsa.
Armas looks like he could be a good addition, and he’ll most likely be available once Rangnick is replaced by Erik ten Hag as manager in the summer.
The Ajax boss is poised to come in next season and will surely bring in his own staff.