Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani’s interest in buying Inter Milan is “just business” and shouldn’t worry anyone at Elland Road. 

That is according to ex-Whites goalkeeper Paddy Kenny, speaking exclusively to Football Insider after Radrizzani revealed his thoughts on purchasing the Italian giants.

In an interview with Italian outlet La Repubblica, the 46-year-old claimed “an interest exists” when asked about the prospect of taking over at the San Siro.

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Finance expert Kieran Maguire told this site that Leeds and Inter could pool their resources if both operating under the Radrizzani umbrella. 

He did, however, also note that complications could arise should they ever meet each other in European competition. 

Kenny insists Leeds fans should not be overly concerned by the mooted takeover, though he did admit some misgivings about the European situation.

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“That could be an issue, the Champions League stuff,” he told Football Insider correspondent Adam Williams.

“But listen, a lot of these owners own different clubs nowadays, don’t they. Just look at Man City. Leeds could become another Man City, but it’s business at the end of the day.

“Me as a player, it wouldn’t bother me as long as they continue to invest in Leeds United and push forward. 

“What they do in another country wouldn’t bother me one bit.”

Current Inter owners Suning have been looking to sell the club since the turn of the year.

That is despite the Nerazzurri winning Serie A this season, wrestling back control from Juventus after a nine-year freeze-out.

In other news, Tottenham eyeing magnetic Leeds United boss Marcelo Bielsa for vacant managerial role.