Leeds United fans have called on owner Andrea Radrizzani to purchase Elland Road after he described the stadium as the club’s “glorious home” on Twitter.
In January, the Italian businessman bought a 50% share in the Championship club, and plenty of the fans have the stadium issue at the top of their agenda.
Thirteen years ago when the Whites were in trouble financially, the club sold the ground for £8m, as well as numerous players in order to ease the strain.
A 25-year lease was agreed on the stadium, and to this day, the Championship outfit are still renting the structure.
When Massimo Cellino had majority control of the club, he claimed in 2014 that he intended to buy the stadium, but it never materialised.
Now that a new figure is in charge, the fans have been begging him to get the deal in motion, particularly now that the club have a strong chance of earning promotion to the Premier League.
@andrearadri just hope we can own it again some time soon
— Darren W (@WorsnopD) March 28, 2017
— Stuart Barnett (@SbStuart21) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri it would be if we owned it…. make it your mission to do so….. make thousands on thousands sing your name!!!
— Martyn Iremonger (@martyn1789) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri buy it back. Go on, it's then an asset, so win win!
— Sam Hair (@samhair) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri you know what to do Andrea
— Armo???????? (@Jordan_Armo) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri Next time you tweet about it hopefully you'll have the key to the gates in your hands
— JwL (@Juliejwl777) March 28, 2017
— Leeds till i die (@lufconmyleg) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri it's not ours though is it, not yet anyways
— Aaron Pennock (@AaronPennock) March 28, 2017
— Smeddy lufc (@smeddy69) March 28, 2017
@andrearadri we are just tenants at the moment
— MH (@matth2891) March 28, 2017