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Morning Leeds-in for 1 May: Will Matuesz Klich make a triumphant return to Leeds?

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Will Mateusz Klich make a return to Leeds United next season?

Mateusz Klich has returned to the Eredivisie and has again lit up the division. This past weekend, he had the best match of ANY Leeds midfielder, as the Norwich City match left much to be desired from a Leeds point of view.

It’s been rumoured that Klich and Thomas Christiansen just never got along, but with TC gone, could Klich make a triumphant return to Leeds? Anything is possible, and depending on what formation Leeds will use next year, a player like Klich, who is more of a playmaker from the midfield, instead of a traditional “number 10” role that is used in the 4-2-3-1, he could play an important part in the squad going forward.

At least one Leeds player had a good weekend, even if it wasn’t for Leeds.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Yosuke Ideguchi has come out and said a move to Europe is more important than any risk of not being selected for the Japan World Cup squad. Okay, sure, whatever. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Mark Jackson of the U18s discusses what it means to the Academy to win a league title and the attitude it fosters in the side. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Shadid Khan wants any potential Wembley sale to happen before the Charity Shield. [The Independent]

Chelsea win fifth straight FA Youth Cup. []

Tottenham Hotspur beat Watford 2-0 to increase their chances of a Champions League spot. []

Mayors of both Rome and Liverpool call for an evening free of violence. []

World Football Links

In Mexico, the Liguilla (playoffs) will start this week. Right now, Monterrey and Tigres are the favourites, but literally anything can happen. []

A wrap-up of the weekend fixtures in Liga MX that finalized the teams in the Liguilla. [FMF State of Mind]

Los Angeles Football Club opened up their new stadium at home with a last-gasp 1-0 win over the Seattle Sounders. [Angels on Parade]