The Whites chairman has laid out his plans for the Premier League.
Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani has laid out his plans for Premier League, aiming for a top-six finish.
The Whites earned the promotion for next season after ending up as the winners in the Championship. They finished off the season with 93 points.
Radrizzani said, “I have a clear vision.” “I need first to secure the team in the Premier League for the next three years, to stay there.”
“If we are able to stay for three years because the first two will be the most difficult as shown by statistics, most of the clubs can go back in the first few years.”
The Italian also spoke about the possibility of a new partner in investment.
“Obviously, we need to grow, we need investment, one day I think a partner.”
“I will always be ready to consider because for me the club is my priority, it is not myself.”
Marcelo Bielsa has weathered the storm to send Leeds to the English top-flight after more than a decade.
The Elland Road outfit are currently working on reinforcements as they have been linked with Brentford forward Said Benrahma.
However, Edinson Cavani, Leeds’ summer priority, is reportedly in talks with Brazilian outfit Atletico Mineiro over a free transfer.
Alongside Leeds, Fulham have secured their place in the Premier League following the win against Brentford in the play-offs final.