Leeds United 0 Wolves 3: Championship leaders return to winning ways

Last night Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani questioned the legality of the Wolves-Mendes links in a series of tweets at the end of the Elland Road's 3-0 drubbing by league leaders Wolves. Not legal and fair [to] let one team owned by a fund whom has shares in the biggest players agency with evident benefits [top European clubs giving players with options to buy].

The EFL are expected to discuss complaints lodged by Leeds about Wolves, with Radrizzani feeling that Nuno's side are not doing things fairly.

Radrizzani received an angry backlash from Leeds supporters for the tweet, who pointed out that the struggling Yorkshiremen still had 11 other teams between themselves and table-topping Wolves this season. Mendes was involved in Fosun's £30million takeover of the club in 2016.

"The club has confirmed that the undertakings given at the time remain in place and are being complied with".

Gestifute, the management company led by agent Mendes, did not immediately respond when contacted by Press Association Sport for comment.

Speaking after the victory at Elland Road, Nuno said Wolves "compete fairly". Secondly, what we see on the pitch is a group of hard-working people. To go beyond that, it doesn't affect us.

Retweeting Radrizzani's post, Holt wrote: "needs saying Andrea".

Of course much of the fallout has been reactionary and will calm down as the dust settles but you can feel the angst, particularly at how the squad has been assembled for this campaign.

The club made a pre-tax loss of £23.184million, having previously returned a profit of £5.831million.