LUFC Jones expecting exciting two weeks at Leeds
Leeds United assistant manager Mick Jones is hoping it will be an exciting time over the next few weeks as boss Neil Warnock looks to strengthen his squad.
Warnock admitted earlier in the day that he was looking to bring in around eight players before the season starts.
Jones has worked with Warnock for most of the last 23 years since first teaming up with him at Notts County in 1989 and he says that he has never seen Warnock working as hard as he has this summer.
Speaking on Yorkshire Radio, Jones said, "I have never known Neil work as hard as this. He has been at it all summer and more so the last week or so.
"I just hope it will be exciting times over the next ten to fourteen days."
The club have been boosted by the news that out of contract Aidy White has agreed a new three-year deal today, after looking like he would be leaving this summer.
Warnock also believes that midfielder Michael Brown will sign the new one-year deal offered to him over the summer.
Leeds continue to be strongly linked with a number of players with Lee Peltier, Luke Varney and Rodolph Austin all reported to be close to a Leeds move.
With the takeover talk also reported to be close to a conclusion, it could be an exciting end to the month of July after a frustrating summer so far for Warnock.
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