Marcelo Bielsa directed the Whites to a top-half completion last term and will be anxious to expand on that next season, with Europe in their sights.
Leeds United is set to start off the 2021-22 Premier League season with a delectable experience with old opponents Manchester United at Old Trafford on August 14.
The opener against the Red Devils is trailed by a home game against Everton on August 21, with an excursion to Burnley on August 28 followed by an energizing conflict with Liverpool on September 11.
Their run of games over the Christmas time frame will be especially interesting to explore, with games against Chelsea, Manchester City, and Arsenal in December, with Liverpool at Anfield on Boxing Day.
The Whites will celebrate the new year at home to Burnley and will target focuses in the initial not many long stretches of 2022, with games against West Ham and Newcastle United likewise to come in January.
Leeds’ finish of-season spat isn’t especially simple either, as they face Man City toward the finish of April and Arsenal toward the start of May prior to closing things with games against Brighton and new faces Brentford.