Leeds United fans like French journalist’s information on QSI agreement

Leeds United fans are taking a much more positive view on the potential investment from Qatar Sports Investments after it was reported that they are looking to buy out only a small share of the club.

Previously some supporters were concerned about the implications of QSI taking over at Elland Road, but now they seem to be much more open to the idea as they wouldn’t have too much control at the club.

There have been many conflicting reports about what the PSG owners are planning to do at the Yorkshire club.

However, Mike Thornton, Director of Leeds Fans United, has been speaking to French journalist Abdellah Boulma and has been told that the QSI and Leeds have an agreement that QSI will purchase a 10% stake in the club. Thornton himself estimates that would cost QSI a figure in the region between £7m and £10m.

According to Boulma, this should open the door for Leeds to bring in some of PSG’s young talent on loan deals. Jese Rodriguez has already been linked with a move to the Championship club, and certain sections of the fanbase are hoping that the club can utilise their link with the French giants in order to loan players.

Here’s what the Elland Road faithful have been saying about the rumours on Twitter…