Leeds United owner Andres Radrizzani ‘seems to have already withdrawn’ from the race to take over at Inter Milan.

That’s according to Inter Live, who say the Leeds supremo has seemingly given up his burgeoning effort to purchase the Italian giants.

Radrizzani has been heavily linked with a potential takeover at Inter for several weeks, with it detailed that he was planning to sell his shares at Elland Road before forming a consortium to secure Inter.

That plan appears to have been abandoned, though, with Il Giornale reporting that Milanese businessman Gianfelice Mario Rocca could be set to take over in Milan.

They cover who he is, what he is worth and the subsequent statement from his company by the Techint group denying the claims.

Inter Live then follow this up and explain the only group in the running to buy the club are the Investcorp fund, with no Italian entrepreneur interested.

That includes Radrizzani, with the website stating that the Leeds owner ‘seems to have already withdrawn’ from the race.

Why that is the case isn’t made clear, but they do say that buying Inter is not a process for everyone as the current owners are asking for a lot. They are also a club who are ‘undermined’ by longstanding structural problems and debts.

Perhaps it is that which has caused the Leeds owner to pull away.