Radrizzani provides update on Leeds United's January transfer plans

Leeds United manager Garry Monk

Leeds United are a club on the rise, with promotion to the Premier League firmly in their sights.

Leeds' new co-owner Andrea Radrizzani spoke to reporters during a press conference this morning, and outlined his plans as far as signing new players are concerned, as quoted by BBC Sport broadcaster Adam Pope, via his official Twitter account.

The Whites are currently in the midst of a fantastic run of form, and now sit in third position int he Championship table, after their impressive 1-0 win over promotion rivals Derby County last night.

Leeds United manager Garry MonkLeeds United manager Garry Monk

There will not be a better opportunity for Garry Monk than there is now to guide his side to the promised land, and if he manages to bring in a couple of quality additions this month, Leeds fans really will begin to believe that anything is possible.

Radrizzani sat down to speak to reporters, and shared how many signings the club hope to make this month, as quoted via BBC journalist Adam Pope's official Twitter account:

 

The turnaround at Elland Road over this past six months has been quite remarkable, both on and off the pitch.

Leeds United manager Garry MonkLeeds United manager Garry Monk

The Whites all of a sudden seem like a far more stable club, and that seems to have been transmitted to their performances on the pitch.

And if Monk's men can carry on in the manner in which they have been over this past few months, the sky really is the limit for Leeds United.

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