Andrea Radrizzani has claimed Leeds United are still in the process of their “turnaround” since he purchased the club in 2017.
Despite earning promotion and having early success in the Premier League, the Whites owner made it clear there was still room for more improvement.
Leeds spent around £100million in the transfer window after promotion, and are currently occupying a European qualification spot.
Speaking to Italian Forbes, Radrizzani shared his 10-year plan which so massively includes the Whites in the Premier League.
“In England because the Premier League is the most important league in the world, and this involves the greatest appreciation for their teams,” he said.
“Leeds because they are one of the few clubs in the world with enormous potential for its history, traditions and fans. The company required a turnaround, which is what we are doing. The opportunity is truly great.
“I see myself dedicating more time to family, myself and social projects like Play For Change, and a little less time to business.”
It has been made clear by Radrizzani and the likes of Victor Orta, that the clear goal is to get Leeds back into the Champions League.
Despite only just being promoted to the Premier League after 16 years away, everyone has their sights well and truly stuck on success.
Radrizzani is key to that success, with his partnerships and investment clearly pushing Leeds forward at Elland Road.
With the Italian claiming that he will focus less on business in 10 years time, it appears that we are in for a rollercoaster set of years in West Yorkshire – bring it on.
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