Leeds United were a repeat topic in an event that Andrea Radrizzani has taken part in this week.

The former Whites’ owner spoke at the DLA Piper Sport Forum, and when mentioning his expertise as a club chief, he recalled his time at Elland Road.

In quotes featured by TuttoMercatoWeb, Radrizzani conceded that things weren’t great when he left Leeds, but claims that overall it was a great personal experience for him.

“It ended with a bit of bitterness, but it was very important for my professional growth. I did many good things but also many mistakes, I hope to learn from those,” said Radriazzani.

The quotes coming from TuttoMercatoWeb are different to those reported by TeleNord, who also covered the event held at the San Siro.

In those statements we already covered, Radrizzani sounded confident, insisting he ‘helped’ Leeds United and was looking forward to doing the same with Sampdoria.

The club president claimed that despite the big money in the Premier League, he also had higher costs in England, and believes he can do a great job at the Serie B side.

That’s still to be seen, though, as Sampdoria currently stand in 15th place and are fighting against relegation to the third, regional, division.