This makes sense if you read French. If not, well, you’re like the rest of us and will need some help.
Un accord avait d’ores et déjà été trouvé entre QSI et Leeds United, pour l'acquisition de parts (10%) dans le club le 16 mai 2019. Accord (non un achat) finalisé aujourd’hui à Doha par Andrea Radrizzani, propriétaire du club anglais, et Nasser Al-Khelaïfi, président de QSI.— Abdellah Boulma (@abdellahboulma) June 3, 2019
Thankfully, it appears that Mike Thornton took the time to contact the above journalist and get some information, which he kindly relayed to Twitter in English.
Trying to put some reality behind the QSI speculation.— MikeT/AdrianTeakdesk (@Mike_J_Thornton) June 4, 2019
It seems all that is being talked about is a minor investment of perhaps £7m to £10m and some loan players.
More details in the two images.
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A sale of a 10% share of Leeds to Qatar wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world, and it’s not as if Leeds weren’t already linked to Qatar with the Aspire links, which seem to have gone quiet lately.
And if it means Leeds get some good young players from PSG on the cheap, well, then, what’s not to like about that?
On to the links.
Leeds United Links
Qatar links to Leeds continue. [Through It All Together]
England and English Football Links
World Football Links