By Harry Sykes
West Ham executive Angus Kinnear is in line to join Leeds United, according to a report.
The Telegraph claim the experienced Premier League man, who is marketing director at the Hammers, is poised to join United.
It is said Kinnear will be appointed less than a week after Leeds announced the arrival of former Real Madrid senior man Ivan Bravo, who has joined the board of directors.
Kinnear joined West Ham in 2013 after spending nine years at Arsenal, where he had senior sales and marketing roles.
Kinnear was instrumental in Arsenal’s successful move from Highbury to Emirates Stadium, and had similar involvement at West Ham, where the club also had a stadium move from their historic home of Upton Park to London Stadium.
The Telegraph report does not state the role that Kinnear will take on at Leeds, although there were rumours on Monday he could be appointed the new chief executive.
This comes amid speculation that joint-owner Andrea Radrizzani will take complete control of the club wihtin weeks following their failure to secure promotion.
In other Leeds United news, a stunning £14million bid is being prepared as deal edges closer with Premier League big hitters.