Huddersfield Town are the only one of West Yorkshire’s three Football League clubs not under foreign control.

That’s after the takeover of Bradford City by Edin Rahic and Stefan Rupp.

The German-based duo have taken over the League I club, ending the joint reign of Julian Rhodes and Mark Lawn.

Rahic will be based at Valley Parade but Rupp, who is thought to be worth up to £100m, is likely to remain in Germany.

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Rupp has made his money through his company Fischer+Entwicklungen, who manufacture helicopter seats.

Leeds United are owned by Italian entrepreneur Massimo Cellino.