Leeds United's new owners finally completed a deal to assume control at the Championship club and told fans to look forward to a bright future. GFH Capital, a Dubai-based investment bank, have put pen to paper on a reported £52 million takeover.
The move brings to an end 206 days of protracted talks between the 2 parties. New club directors David Haigh and Salem Patel gave their first press conference this morning, and there for us was our sports reporter, Chris Dawkes.
GFH Capital were unveiled as Leeds United's new owners, with directors David Haigh and Salem Patel outlining their vision for the future.
The long-awaited takeover of Leeds United, which will see Gulf-based investment bank GFH Capital take control, will be confirmed today