It still remains uncertain whether Leeds United assistant manager Pep Clotet will remain at the club next season.
Clotet was brought to Elland Road by the club’s former manager Gary Monk last season and despite Monk resigning from his duties and joining Middlesbrough, Clotet has thus far remained with the club.
it’s really not clear if Clotet will stay. Much depends on who the next head coach is.
— Phil Hay (@PhilHayYEP) June 10, 2017
Clotet earned praise for his duties this past season, after assisting Gary Monk in guiding Leeds to a seventh place finish on the Championship standings and narrowly missing out a place in the promotion playoffs.
According to recent reports, Leeds are hoping to keep Clotet at the club next season, though the Spaniard has not yet decided whether he wishes to remain at the club.
The Whites are currently conducting interviews to determine their new manager and while Clotet was in the running, he is not expected to get the job. Leeds will hope that Clotet remains with the club so that he can continue his good work.