Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani clarifies comments on possible investors: "My words were taken in a different context"

18 October 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani (to the right), who came to the club in December 2016, said in an interview with the club that discussions with possible investors depend "on the right moment."

In a recent interview with the Times, Andrea Radrizzani said that he had selected three out of more than 20 interested parties as possible investors in Leeds United.

Now, in an interview published by Leeds United, Radrizzani clarifies his comments, which he feels were "taken in a different context."

Jesper Elkjær Jensen jej@offthepitch.com

In an interview published by Leeds United, owner Andrea Radrizzani has clarified his recent comments to the Times.

"I would love to clarify, because I think my words were taken in a different context," Radrizzani said.

Earlier this week, the Leeds owner was quoted by the Times saying that he is considering offers from three interested investors - one of whom is his personal friend Nasser Al-Khelaifi, who runs Qatari Sports Investment and is president of Paris Saint-Germain.

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