Bielsa has said that Leeds are likely to bring in two more players before the summer transfer window closes next month.
The Argentine boss has added that if the Whites are unable to sign those players, then it would not be a problem for him.
Bielsa told Leeds Live when asked about his transfer plans: “There is likely to be a couple of incorporations into the team, but in the case they they don’t come, we will adapt.”
Exciting for Leeds United fans
Leeds have been quite busy in the summer transfer window, and have signed Robin Koch, Diego Llorente and Rodrigo.
Helder Costa and Illian Meslier’s loan deals have also been made permanent, while Jack Harrison has returned to Elland Road on another loan deal.
It seems that Leeds are not going to stop there, and that a couple of more additions are on their way.
Leeds are playing in the Premier League this season for the first time since 2004, and the Whites do need a big and strong squad.
The Whites could do with a striker to compete with Patrick Bamford and Rodrigo, and they could also do with an attacking midfielder to support Pablo Hernandez.