Liquidators agree Leeds United creditor claims

MORE than £18m of claims made by unsecured creditors after Leeds United went into administration in 2007 have now been agreed, according to a report by joint liquidators.

The report by accountancy firm KPMG has revealed that 231 claims totalling £18.53m have been agreed.

A further 61 claims totalling £4.7m have been rejected and 23 have been agreed as nil.

It has been speculated in some circles that an extra £4.75m payment to creditors, which would be triggered if Leeds United was promoted to the Premier Leagu... For the full story register now for free or login below...

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