Leeds considering SACKING manager Javi Gracia – just 10 weeks after he replaced Jesse Marsch – as run of five games without a win sends them free-falling towards relegation from the Premier League

  • Leeds are narrowly above the bottom three after 4-1 loss against Bournemouth 
  • Javi Gracia’s side have earned one point from their last five league games
  • Leeds supporters issued a no confidence vote in the club’s board and manager

Javi Gracia’s future at Leeds United is in serious doubt following Sunday’s 4-1 collapse at Bournemouth.

Mail Sport understands owner Andrea Radrizzani is considering making another managerial change in a desperate bid to save the Whites from relegation with just four games to go.

Gracia was only appointed on a short-term basis in February following the sacking of Jesse Marsch and has had just 11 Premier League games in charge.

But after winning three of his first six top-flight matches, the Spaniard has overseen four defeats in five, leaving Leeds just a point clear of the relegation zone.

Radrizzani and the club’s board are now weighing up their options ahead of Saturday’s visit to league leaders Manchester City.

Leeds are considering Javi Gracia’s future after earned one point from five league games

A 4-1 loss at Bournemouth leaves Leeds perilously poised a point above the relegation zone 

Coach Michael Skubala would be a contender to take caretaker charge, having overseen three games earlier this season, which included a draw at Manchester United.

Leeds may even look at bringing in an experienced manager from outside the club on a short-term basis to try and get reaction from the players in their final four matches.

Gracia’s position already appears untenable after fans turned on him during the latest heavy defeat at Bournemouth.

The Leeds United Supporters Advisory Board released a statement on Sunday night ‘asking for immediate changes to be made to the first-team coach and to those responsible for the recruitment of the managers and players over the last 14 months’.

Radrizzani also showed his frustration in a direct Twitter message to a supporter on Sunday. The Italian wrote: ‘I am responsible for this s***. Unacceptable. You don’t deserve this.’

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