Leeds United were due to establish their plans for next season today.
Cellino was set to meet to discuss Leeds’ plans for next term today, but the YEP say that the Italian owner will now wait another 24 hours before holding the discussions.
Leeds’ plans for next season are still entirely unsure, and the lack of urgency to sort issues out has caused serious frustration amongst the Yorkshire club’s fan base.
Leeds still have not set a date for the players to return to pre-season, they have no academy director or head of recruitment, and the future of current boss Steve Evans remains uncertain.
Evans’ contract is due to expire next month, and it remains to be seen whether he will be in charge for next campaign.
Leeds fans have now had enough of the uncertainty around the club, and they have expressed their anger on social media site Twitter.
Meeting postponed - no worries, not like there's anything important to sort out or anything #lufc— The Mad Leeds Fan (@TheMadLeedsFan) May 18, 2016
@PhilHayYEP let's hope the new season gets pushed back a bit too! Give us chance to be ready!!— Pete Gibson (@pedrogibo) May 18, 2016
@PhilHayYEP amateurs,been staring at my S/t renewal form for last week this ain't gonna make me sign it anytime soon!— jason spence (@jasonspence4) May 18, 2016
Evans has promised that he will guide Leeds into the play offs if he remains in charge.
The 53-year-old has continued to go into work at Thorp Arch in recent weeks, but it is widely expected that he will not remain with the Whites for much longer.