Jeff Shi: 'Actions of Wolverhampton Wanderers rivals is laughable'

Wolves chairman Jeff Shi

Wolves chairman Jeff Shi

Andrea Radrizzani revealed that he was considering copying Wolverhampton Wanderers' methods of recruitment after asking the EFL, the Premier League and the Football Association to address the link between the Molineux club and agent Jorge Mendes. I would love to have their help. "I understand why they're doing that, to try and destabilise us".

This didn't go down particularly well with Leeds United fans, nor did it resonate well with the Wolves hierarchy with the Wanderers' chairman Jeff Shi dismissing his claims as "laughable".

Several Sky Bet Championship sides, including Leeds and promotion rivals Aston Villa, have expressed concern regarding the Wolves set up, with the EFL set to meet with the club over the relationship between Chinese owners Fosun and Portuguese agent Jorge Mendes.

"I was very surprised to see some Twitter of the chairman of Leeds because I knew him, I also had several lunches with him, together with Jorge!" he told the Express & Star.

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'So it's very unusual. In person I talk to him and he's nice, so I guess maybe he has the pressure and I understand that.

'I was also surprised to see the Twitter of Keith.

Radrizzani said at the start of the season he was convinced the Leeds squad could finish in the top six in the Championship, but the Whites are struggling to meet his expectations and now sit in 13th. " Later in the article he added, rather tantalisingly, that "I might not even need an agent [such as Mendes] because I have good relations with many football teams in Europe personally".

Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani criticised Wolves' spending last week on Twitter, while Villa CEO Keith Wyness also made a mischievous post on the social networking site.

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"I think frankly it's laughable, because they know nothing about us".

"To do it I might need to have five or six players on loan from an important agent or important clubs in Europe".

'I know everything about the rules of the league and the FA and the EFL knows our dealings, every transfer document, agent fees, all information is recorded in their library.

"Our opponents don't know much about us and it's not a fair dispute".

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Wolves are three points clear at the top of the Championship ahead of Tuesday's home clash with Reading.

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