Leeds rocked by injury crisis as they start Premier League campaign without SEVEN first team players

Leeds are rocked by damage disaster as they give the impression of being set to begin their Premier League marketing campaign with out SEVEN first staff gamers, however the Elland Road devoted can be boosted by the return of Patrick Bamford

  • Leeds’ absentees embrace captain Liam Cooper, Dan James and Luke Ayling
  • Manager Jesse Marsch has since has a busy switch window, spending £93.2m
  • Patrick Bamford nonetheless will return to fold for Saturday’s sport in opposition to Wolves 

Leeds can be with out seven first-team gamers for Saturday’s Premier League opener in opposition to Wolves, though they’ve been boosted by the return of Patrick Bamford to full health. 

Absentees embrace captain Liam Cooper, Dan James, Luke Ayling, Junior Firpo, Adam Forshaw, Stuart Dallas and new arrival Luis Sinisterra.

Having narrowly averted the drop on the ultimate day of final season, Leeds have spent £93.2million this summer time to attempt to offset the exits of star males Raphinha and Kalvin Phillips.

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch will be without seven first-team players for their Premier League opener

Leeds boss Jesse Marsch can be with out seven first-team gamers for his or her Premier League opener

Captain Liam Cooper heads the list of players unavailable for the game against Wolves

Captain Liam Cooper heads the record of gamers unavailable for the sport in opposition to Wolves

‘We’ve nonetheless obtained a superb group,’ mentioned head coach Jesse Marsch. 

The former RB Salzburg and Leipzig boss has introduced plenty of his former gamers to Elland highway.

One participant who’s match is striker Bamford, who scored twice in opposition to Cagliari on Sunday in his first 90 minutes since his injury-plagued season ended with a foot challenge in March.

Leeds will be boosted by the return of forward Patrick Bamford, who scored twice on Sunday

Leeds can be boosted by the return of ahead Patrick Bamford, who scored twice on Sunday

‘It’s been an enormous week for him,’ Marsch mentioned. ‘He seems nice. He seems match, he seems sturdy, sharp.’

The American supervisor completed final season properly, preserving Leeds up with a last-day win over Brentford.

He can be hoping to steer his aspect via their damage disaster as they hope for a extra simple finish to subsequent season. 

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