According to the "Sunday Times", Leeds United boss Radrizani intends to acquire the Valencia Club.
The newspaper stated that Radrizani knew very well about the Valencia boss and Singaporean businessman Lin Rongfu. After selling a few core players this summer, Wallen fans are increasingly dissatisfied with Lin Rongfu, asking him to sell the club more and more. It is worth mentioning that among the players who left, striker Rodrigo joined Leeds.
Although Lin Rongfu has always claimed that he has no intention of selling Valen, his recent divestment and the large-scale sale this summer have already sounded the alarm.
Spanish sources said that Radrizani’s Axel Group is closely monitoring developments in Valen. The group has made it clear that they are looking for buyable clubs from European football powers and may accept investment from other financial institutions, including sovereigns. Wealth fund.
Radrizani said in an interview with SportsProLive last month: "We have the ambition to build a group of clubs that can create synergy with Leeds in the Premier League and make Leeds the highest point of the iceberg."