Steve McClaren is reportedly on Leeds United’s shortlist as the club look to replace Thomas Christiansen as manager.
Christiansen, who joined the Whites in June last year following Garry Monk’s exit from Elland Road, was sacked on Sunday evening after failing to win a game so far in 2018.
According to The Mirror, Leeds chairman Andrea Radrizzani, who is keen to make a swift appointment, is considering former England manager McClaren as a successor.
The manager has took charge of Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Newcastle United as well the Three Lions in his career.
Christiansen left Leeds after a seven-game winless run, in which the Whites also exited the FA Cup at the hands of Newport County.

February 5, 2018

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