Warnock wants summer overhaul
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock is planning a summer overhaul of the squad after a disappointing season ended in defeat at Leicester.
The West Yorkshire club conceded in stoppage time to lose 2-1 to Nigel Pearson's side, who climbed into the Championship's top ten, while Leeds finished the campaign in 14th. Warnock says it is a low point for his team and that they must now be focused on next season, but admitted there will be plenty of changes at Elland Road this summer. He told Yorkshire Radio: "I think we cannot get any lower. I want the fans to get ready, have a good summer because there is going to be a huge influx of new players. "There will be a good pre-season and we have to be up and at them next season. It is a major reconstruction and I am looking forward to giving everyone something to shout about." Leeds have already been linked with a move for Portsmouth's Jason Pearce after manager Michael Appleton confirmed he would be leaving the club.