January 12, (THEWILL) – Leeds United, currently owned by Italian media mogul, Andrea Radrizzani, is being considered as a potential investment by Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), the owners of Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).
Radrizzani had previously agreed to sell an initial 44% stake in the club to the investment arm of NFL side San Francisco 49ers, while also giving them the option to purchase the club up until 2024. However, the 49ers have not yet activated their option to buy and this could tempt QSI to make a bid for Leeds United.
QSI has always believed that Leeds represents one of the best investment opportunities in the English Premier League, and that remains the case despite holding a meeting with Tottenham Hotspur in recent weeks. They are expected to meet with other clubs as they look to expand and continue investing. QSI already holds a 21.6% stake in Portuguese side, Braga.
Leeds United fans are excited about the potential of QSI investing in their club, as they believe it could bring much-needed financial support and help the club to compete at the highest level of English football. The club has a rich history and a large fan base, and with the right investment, it has the potential to become one of the top teams in the EPL once again.
The future looks bright for Leeds United, and QSI could play a crucial role in making that happen.