Paul Heckingbottom has had his say on Leeds United.
Bielsa's Leeds side currently sit second in the Championship table.
The former Leeds United manager is being linked with the Notts County vacancy.
The former Leeds United manager could succeed Harry Kewell at League Two strugglers, Notts County.
Bailey Peacock-Farrell was handed his first game in two years for Leeds United in March and the goalkeeper has started every Championship game since.
De Bock has left Elland Road on loan to join Belgian side KV Oostende.
Leeds' new system has been down to the players improved fitness.
Leeds United parted company with Heckingbottom less than four months after hiring him.
The Leeds United-owned attacker didn't play a single minute under Paul Heckingbottom.
However it seems that neither the Everton Under-23s coach nor Heckingbottom will succeed Simon Grayson at Bradford City.