Leeds United have been forced to close down their offices after receiving security threats.
On Friday morning, the Premier League club, announced that they would be taking immediate action following a warning from local police forces.
As per the statement on the official website of the Whites, their offices, ticket office, Foundation offices, and club shop at Elland Road would be closed until further notice, on the advice of the police.
The club apologizes for any inconvenience caused and will inform the public when normal service resumes.
The police arrived Elland Road after being made aware of a potential security threat, and an investigation has now been opened.
A spokesperson for West Yorkshire Police stated that they were called to attend at Elland Road football stadium following reports of a security threat to the premises, and that investigations are currently ongoing to establish the credibility of the threat.
The report was received at 9:49 pm on Thursday.
Due to the latest international break, Premier League football is currently shut down, and club staff have been sent home.
Leeds is scheduled to be back in action on April 1 for a game against table-topping Arsenal, before hosting Nottingham Forest three days later.