The Bahrain based owners took over the club in late December after paying Ken Bates a ‘bargain price’.
But GFH Capital are already in talks to sell their stake in the club for £7m more than what they paid for it.
“The group has an active plan to sell its stake in LUFC Holdings and negotiations have started.” Gulf Finance House (GFH) said.
The club has been plagued by years of uncertainty in the past and this news will come as a blow to fans as their team face another situation of uncertainty.
With the side in 10th place and seven points of Leicester City who hold the last play off place, promotion may be too much.
Neil Warnock has indicated that, if his side don’t get promoted this season, he will leave his position in charge of Leeds United.
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