Leeds United chief Andrea Radrizzani spotted leaving Inter Milan headquarters
Andrea Radrizzani has been spotted leaving Inter Milan’s headquarters after the Leeds United chief held a meeting with the Nerazzurri management.
FCInterNews.It report (27 October) that the 48-year-old made a surprise visit to Milan’s Viale Della Liberazione base.
It’s also been suggested that the meeting with Milan’s chiefs was not purely about football issues, but also regarding TV rights.
Don’t read into it
This is a clip that Leeds fans should probably not read too far into. The Italian has plenty of other business ventures to contend with, and there’s a good chance the meeting with Inter Milan could be concerning other issues apart from Leeds United.
It’s unlikely Leeds will be signing any of the Nerazzurri’s young talent on loan, in case anyone got their hopes up. It could well be a decisive couple of weeks for the Italian and the Leeds United board with the pressure really starting to mount on Jesse Marsch, with his side now eight Premier League matches without a win.
Things don’t get any easier for Leeds, with a trip to Anfield to face Liverpool next up with Marsch in desperate need of points to relieve the growing questions surrounding his future at the club.
If his side fail to pick up anything against Liverpool, then surely it will turn into a win-or-bust situation for Marsch when his side face Bournemouth in their next home game.
In other Leeds United news, Marsch has been told to enter quiet talks with the PGMOL after Jeff Stelling made an accusation.