Leeds United’s last moment fall in winning streak might have prevented them from crossing the finishing line and securing a play-off spot, but the rest of an otherwise brilliant season seems to have made the club very lucrative commercially.
Reliable journalist on all things Leeds, Alan Nixon took to Twitter to suggest the possibility of Qatari money finding its way into Leeds in the upcoming days.
The rumour perhaps is strengthened by the fact that the club’s new owner, Andrea Radrizzani, appointed former Real Madrid executive Ivan Bravo as Leeds United’s director last month.
Bravo arrived at Elland Road after working as director general of Aspire Academy of Sports Excellence, an outfit that aims to harness the potential in Qatari athletes.
The Spaniard’s association with Radrizzani suggests that Aspire Academy could collaborate with the club in chalking out strategies for the future, which might also include infusion of some Qatari money this summer.