Leeds United fans debate where Uwe Rosler still needs to improve his squad

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Leeds United have made some good signings in the transfer market, but Uwe Rosler's hard work is by no means over.

Leeds United have already made some good strides in the transfer market with positive deals for goalkeeper Charlie Horton and striker Lee Erwin.

However, the hard work doesn’t stop there for manager Uwe Rosler, with holes still to be filled in the Leeds squad looking ahead to next season.

Leeds now know who they will face up against (Burnley) on the opening day of the season and the German needs to work hard to improve his squad options in key areas.

Leeds have a very youthful looking squad, but there is arguably a need for some experience to come into midfield, as well as another central defensive option and possibly a winger.

It’s a situation which is open to debate and one where Rosler has to balance whether to invest in new players or whether to trust Neil Redfearn to supply youngsters in key roles, as head of the club’s academy.

Here’s how a selection of Leeds fans currently feel about Rosler’s squad, based on comments left on stories published by HITC.

Ropey Wyla: Upfront, midfield, defence

Dean gaf knee: I'd say 2 wingers a CM and a LB all top quality champ players and the league is in our pockets. Thank me later

LeedsLad: We do NOT need fullbacks, which we are constantly linked with

Chris: We need two experienced Midfielders ,creative on the wing,who can also play anywhere there along the park,a play-maker

JDC: Doukara might just fit what Uwe Rosler is looking for if he wants to play his preferred 4-3-3 "heavy metal football", as would Erwin, Antenucci and even Nicky Ajose, but I can't see Steve Morison getting much game time either, especially if another striker is on the way

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