According to the Daily Express, Leeds United fans have expressed their frustration with club’s transfer policy after the signing of Ajax youngster Pascal Struijk.
The same source claims that supporters want their club to bring first-team players that could make an instant impact rather than going for talented teenagers.
The Whites have spent £7 million on six signings, with only Adam Forshaw and Laurens De Bock expected to join the first-team.
Aapo Halme and Pascal Struijk will feature for Leeds U-23 squad, while Yosuke Ideguchi joined the Spain Segunda side Cultural Leonesa on a season-long loan.
The Championship side management is doing great business by investing in the future. However, their fans are impatient to see their team participating in the Premier League again.
Some recent reports have suggested that Leeds won’t sign new striker because they don’t have the money to invest despite Thomas Christiansen craving for an attacking reinforcement.