Leeds United have been enjoying themselves on the pitch this season so far as they sit near the top of the Championship summit.
Andrea Radrizzani has managed to turn Leeds into a stronger side since his takeover and it appears it is just the beginning for the owner.
According to Matt Scott, who is a journalist for ESPN and talkSPORT, the Italian has revealed that he wants the club to become one of the “top-eight brands in the Premier League.”
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani tells #leadersweek that he has received lots of takeover approaches, valuing the club at “double what I invested in it”. But he’s not interested in selling, saying he wants to become one of the “top-eight brands in the Premier League”. #LUFC
— Matt Scott (@Matt5cott) October 10, 2018
Radrizzani also revealed that he is not interested in selling the Elland Road outfit at the moment, stating that he has received lots of approaches about a takeover that values the club at “double what I invested in it”.
Things look extremely promising for Leeds at the moment and their fans will be delighted with the plans that Radrizzani has for the club.
The Italian appears to be in for the long haul and his aims are something that the faithful at the club have been crying out for a long period of time.
However, they will need to ensure that they reach the Premier League in the first place, and despite being in a good position now, the Whites will be wary of last season’s demise happening again.
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