Can Leeds United take advantage of ties their new investor already has?
Times are changing at Leeds United. Investor Andrea Radrizzani is poised to buy out half the club, with The Sun reporting completion of a deal is imminent.
Radrizzani is a well connected businessman, who as an intermediary negotiated Chinese investors' buyout of Inter Milan.
In the Cellino era, Leeds have bought several players from Italy, but mainly from Serie B.
Radrizzani's arrival and Leeds' play-off form raises the bar, and supporters are right to be excited.
Here is a look at three players from Inter Milan who Leeds could realistically hope to sign...
Former Newcastle United left-back Davide Santon is in his second spell at Inter Milan after first breaking through as a teenager.
Capped eight times by Italy, the 25-year-old has experience in English football and could fill what could become a problm position for Leeds.
Charlie Taylor's future is uncertain due to his expiring contract, and Santon would be an accomplished replacement.
Senna Miangue defends for Inter against Sparta Prague
If Inter are unwilling to let Santon leave, perhaps Leeds may have more luck with another left-back in their squad.
Belgian whizkid Senna Miangue is just 19 and is an under-21 international for his country.
He has though played only 123 minutes of Serie A football this season, and the defender could be a shrewd investment.
The 28-year-old is in his second spell at Inter after re-signing in 2015, following spells with Parma and Sampdoria.
Biabiany plays on the right wing and is a former France under-21 international, and could provide competition for Hadi Sacko.
This season he has not been selected at all in Serie A, and Leeds may stand a good chance of signing him.
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