The 47-year-old completed a buyout of Leeds in 2017 and since has overseen their return to the Premier League following a 16-year absence.


It has emerged that Radrizzani could make a huge profit by selling Leeds in coming years as minority shareholder 49ers Enterprises have an option to complete a takeover of the club for more than £400m before January 2024.



Radrizzani is interested in expanding his business ventures in the world of football and he is among the names interested in buying Serie A side Sampdoria.


And it appears Radrizzani is keeping his options in Italian football open, as according to Italian broadcaster Sportitalia, he has expressed his desire to complete a takeover of Serie C side Pescara.



The Leeds supremo has held initial talks with Pescara president Daniele Sebastiani, who has been working hard to find a buyer for the club.


Sebastiani has had contact with a clutch of foreign entrepreneurs over buying Pescara, but his countryman Radrizzani has now emerged as a potential suitor.



Radrizzani’s Eleven Sports media group broadcasts a variety of sporting events across the globe and has the rights to Serie C, in which Pescara are currently playing and it remains to be seen whether he will become the future owner of the Abruzzo outfit.