By Alex Stevens
Leeds have appointed three new directors to their board in a major reshuffle following the arrival of new owner Andrea Radrizzani.
Companies House have confirmed on their website that Radrizzani, Andre Tegner and Feng Ze Yeh have joined the new-look boardroom.
The trio replace Edoardo Cellino, who is the son of joint-owner Massimo Cellino, and Giampaolo Caboni as directors of the club.
Companies House report that the new appointments were made on 30 December of last year.
The major changes at the top of the club come into the public domain after Leeds announced on Wednesday of last week that Radrizzani has bought a 50 per cent stake in the club.
The sports media mogul has taken over half of the share of fellow Italian Cellino, who has retained a 50 per cent stake, through his investment vehicle Aser Group Holding.
Tegner and Yeh are both allies of Radrizzani and part of the Aser Media team, with the former in charge of investments and strategy, and the latter a lawyer and negotiator.
Tegner is, at 43, a year older than Radrizzani, while Yeh is 36. Both are Italian and countrymen of the two joint owners of the Championship club.
Leeds now have six directors on the board, with the three men joining Cellino senior, American Daniel Arty and a fifth Italian in Niccolo Barattieri.
In other Leeds news, the club are in advanced talks to sign a Bundesliga assists machine.