Salah Nooruddin has been named Championship Leeds United's new chairman, while David Haigh has taken over the day-to-day running of the club from Shaun Harvey, reports BBC Sport. Harvey has stepped down as chief executive and Haigh, who was already on the board, becomes managing director.

Nooruddin, who was vice-chairman, is a shareholder in LUFC Holding Ltd, which acquired a minority shareholding in the club from owners GFH Capital.

Harvey, chief executive at Elland Road since 2004, will stay on as a director.