Good Morning Everyone Radrizzani has called for the creation of a 'Premier League 2' to help Championship clubs receive more television revenue. Leeds earned £7.5m in 2017, with Sky covering 19 LUFC games last term. If you compare that to the club that finishes bottom of the Premiership, they are guaranteed to receive at least 92.5m more. Six of Leeds' 12 league games this season have already been moved for TV coverage. "We lose money and we are creating a show that is high-interest for everybody," said Radrizzani. The Italian says clubs like Leeds being "watched by 500,000-600,000 people live on Sky" but only getting £2m-£2.5m from the league for having their games televised - the rest made up via the EFL - "actually penalises us". "We're always on TV, maybe more than 20 times. It doesn't work," he added. "I think the other chairmen would love to open a conversation," he said. "The time is getting ready to consider what to do to move forward so we don't have a crisis every two years when a club go bankrupt or changes ownership every other year." BTW, The Whites' clash against Reading on Tuesday 27th November will also be shown live on Sky Sports. At a recent conference, Radrizzani claimed that there have been multiple offers to buy the club, but has turned them down. He also claimed, that in total, he has ploughed 100m into the club since taking over; 20m on the purchase of Elland Road.