Leeds United star Pablo Hernandez is on the sidelines at the moment.

Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa has suggested to Leeds Live that Pablo Hernandez will be back in action after the two-week international break.

Bielsa made the comments about the attacking midfielder following Leeds’s 2-1 defeat to Millwall away from home at The Den in the Championship at the weekend.

Hernandez, who can also operate as a winger, is on the sidelines at the moment with a muscular problem and did not feature against the Lions.

Bielsa has delivered the positive news that the 34-year-old former Valencia and Swansea City star could be back after the international break.

Bielsa told Leeds Live when asked when Hernandez will be back: “Possibility after the break.”

Positive news for Leeds United

Leeds’s defeat to Millwall at the weekend was a disappointing result for the West Yorkshire outfit, and they will be determined to bounce back with victory over Birmingham City at Elland Road in the Championship after the two-week international break.

Hernandez is one of the best and most creative midfielders in the Championship, and the return to action of the 34-year-old after the international break will enhance Leeds’s chances of winning against Birmingham.

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