Massimo Cellino's appeal hearing in London against the Football League's decision to block his proposed takeover has finished, with no outcome yet revealed by the presiding QC.
After initially saying that he might not bother appealing, Cellino's UK lawyers confirmed on Thursday that he would challenge the League's ruling.
The hearing took place today and has now concluded, but the independent QC has yet to reveal his verdict.
"Massimo Cellino's appeal under The Football League's Owners' and Directors' Test has now concluded with the independent QC reserving his judgment," said a Football League spokesperson this afternoon.
Cellino has bankrolled Leeds since agreeing to buy a majority of the club and fans fear that the club could plunge into administration if a new owner is not found because of the money owed to the Italian, with current owners GFH Capital seemingly unable to fund player wages.