Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has yet to put in an offer to purchase Serie B side Brescia, according to claims in the Italian media. There have been recent claims in the British media Cellino is keen to again own a club in his home country after his time with Cagliari.
Calcio Bresciano have reported on claims in England Cellino is keen to buy Brescia, and has been in talks with the Italian side’s leaders in recent months. It’s been revealed Cellino would be open to returning to Italy, and has spoken recently of his desire to do so.
Cellino has become frustrated with the lack of success he’s had with Leeds United since arriving in 2014, despite the good run of form they’ve shown in the past couple of months, and Brescia is an option open to him if he wants to head back to Italy.
However, the Italian football outlet claim Cellino is only at the early stages of possibly taking over at Brescia, and as yet no concrete offer has been tabled. It’s also been highlighted Cellino would have to sell Leeds United if he did want to purchase the Lombardian club.