Interior designers give early look at work carried out at Elland Road

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

Leeds United look set for new changing rooms and hospitality suites.

Following the news that Leeds United have bought back Elland Road, the designers who will be carrying out work on the club's changing rooms and hospitality suites have given an early look at their efforts.

Posting on social media on Thursday, Absolute Interiors followed up the announcement that they will be part of the team working on a sizable development at the famous ground with a picture of the work in progress on their official Twitter account.

Leeds fans are getting more excited by the day, as new sole owner Andrea Radrizzani backs up his initial claims with actions that have long been hoped for.  And while there is plenty of work to do when it comes to the playing squad, the news that Elland Road is now back in the club's hands will be music to the ears of everyone connected with them.

With a new manager in the form of Thomas Christiansen, new players already secured and more exciting names expected in due course, and now work carried out on a ground they can once again call their own, the future is looking bright for Leeds.

General view inside the stadium before the game - Elland Road

That has not always been the case, and it will be interesting to see what the next few weeks has in store before an important Championship campaign kicks off.

Absolute Interiors look hard at work, and the same can be said of the Leeds' hierarchy working to ensure next season is the one when they finally return to the top flight after far too long away.

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