Andrea Radrizzani reacted as yet another Leeds United staff member quit the club this week, announcing their departure on LinkedIn.
The Italian himself has been subject to Elland Road exit talks and looks set to leave the club in the near future to be replaced by the 49ers.
Radrizzani confessed that he “won’t forget” the first time he met former Leeds United Digital Media Executive Jack Bowers as he moves on to UEFA.
“We will keep Marching On Together,” said Radrizzani on LinkedIn.
“I won’t forget our first meeting and when I called you to invite you at my first meeting ever at Leeds United. What a story, what a journey. Well deserved Jack, you worked hard and the future is bright for you and Leeds United.”
There’s been a few twists and turns recently involving the potential takeover of Leeds United from the 49ers but a sale seems on course to happen.
Everyone involved at the club, fans included, wants this deal to get over the line, it could potentially make Leeds United major players in the Premier League.
Any deal, however, unfortunately, won’t be completed for some time yet, and the Whites won’t see any investment until the summer of 2023 or maybe even 2024.
This means Leeds United’s Premier League survival this season is even more crucial than ever, relegation to the Championship could spell trouble for any potential takeover.
The Times reported on 9 November that the American consortium has already put their money aside for the £400million move. This bodes well for any potential takeover and is hopefully a sign that the consortium are keen to get a deal for the club signed and sealed shortly.
Nevertheless, this story is still very much one to keep a close eye on in the coming months as changes are made.
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