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Could this four time Champions League winner be on his way to Leeds United

It has been a crazy week for Leeds United fans.

It began with the excitement of Andrea Radrizzani completing his takeover of the club, which was shortly followed by wonderkid Ronaldo Vieira signing a new contract to keep him at the club until the end of 2020/21.

However it all turned a bit sour for Whites’ supporters, when Garry Monk announced his resignation from the club just a day after Vieira put pen to paper.

Of course, as soon a Monk left the club, speculation began as to who would take charge at Elland Road.

The obvious names such as Aitor Karanka were linked to the job immediately, but one that shocked Leeds United fans was Clarence Seedorf.

Now this may seem like a completely bizarre link, but it is actually more realistic than you think.

The four time Champions League winner and footballing legend was quoted in the Dutch press last week as saying that he was looking to get back into management, following his dismissal at Chinese club Shenzhen FC at the end of last year.

He also stated that he would be interested in a job in management in England.

However when it comes to management, he is extremely inexperienced, and it is unlikely that he would be thrown in at the deep end that is the Premier League. Seedorf may see the Sky Bet Championship as the perfect opportunity to make a name for himself, and a big club like Leeds United could be a perfect fit for him.

Clarence Seedorf was also at AC Milan when current Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani was involved with the club, and it is believed that the two have a good working relationship.

It may seem bizarre, and extremely far-fetched, but Seedorf is currently only 12/1 to become the next Leeds manager with Sky Bet.

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