Leeds United plans to grant Farke a fresh contract along with a substantial increase in salary as a reward.

Farke joined Leeds United in the summer, signing a four-year contract with the club that included various bonuses, notably a promotion bonus. According to the report, his contract also includes a provision for a significant salary increase and an extension if he manages to guide the team back to the top flight in his first attempt.

As Leeds remains in contention for promotion, the possibility of a contract extension for Farke remains open. The team has displayed an impressive performance recently, going unbeaten in 11 matches, securing 10 wins and a draw. This streak has propelled them into contention for an automatic promotion spot.

Leeds is currently trailing Ipswich by two points and Leicester by five points in the promotion race, emphasizing the importance of every point as the competition intensifies at the top of the table.

Under Farke’s leadership, Leeds United stands poised for a potential return to the Premier League. The club’s management is eager to acknowledge his contribution to the team’s promising campaign by rewarding him with a new contract, ensuring continuity and stability in the managerial role.

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