A number of Leeds United fans have reacted with frustration after hearing that majority owner Andrea Radrizzani may be interested in buying Italian club, Palermo.
The story explains that a meeting was attended by the chairman of Palermo, Dario Mirri, where early talks took place.
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This is not the first time the Leeds executive duo have publically shown an interest in buying an Italian club. Last June, it was reported that they put in an offer for Salernitana who are currently battling at the bottom end of the Serie A table.
The article was shared on the Leeds United Live Facebook page and it evidently caught the eye of many interested supporters.
Here’s what these Leeds fans said
It’s clear to see, these fans would much prefer him to focus all his efforts on their club.
And, if Radrizzani wants to achieve his own ambition with Leeds – he reportedly wants European football within ‘two or three years’ at an expanded Elland Road – it may be more sensible to invest most of his time in the Yorkshire club as opposed to any potential Italian endeavours.