Evans, though, has disclosed that the discussion was not about his future, but about the Championship game against Hull City away from home at the KC Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
“I had a long conversation with the president yesterday and it was nothing about other than Hull and the team and the preparations,” the Leeds head coach told BBC Radio Leeds on Saturday evening after the match against Hull, which ended in a 2-2 draw.
Evans’s future at Leeds is not clear, as it has not yet been confirmed if he will remain at Elland Road next season.
Cellino is well known for hiring and firing managers quite frequently, and one should not be surprised if Evans does not remain at the club next season.
The Scotsman, though, does deserve a crack, especially if the West Yorkshire finish in the top 10 of the Championship this season.
A top-10 finish should be considered a success for this current Leeds squad which has a number of average players.
The Whites are one of the biggest clubs in England, but they have become also-rans in the Championship.