Reading fan groups have united in order to arrange protests against owner Mr Dai Yongge.

Since taking over in 2017, the Chinese billionaire has piled money into building a new training ground and players; however the club have had two points deductions, three transfer embargoes and a relegation to League One.

Supporters reached breaking point this week after the EFL charged the club for paying the players and staff late three times last season, and are set to be placed under another embargo for not paying loan players' wages.

Reading Chronicle:

Supporters Trust at Reading [STAR] have teamed up with Club 1871, Elm Park Royals, Tilehurst End and Proud Royals to organise supporter action against the regime.

Yet to put out anything concrete, a social media post reads: "Coordinated fan efforts are ongoing to respond to the situation unfolding at Reading FC.

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"We will communicate furhter once a plan is in place."

Seven weeks on from sacking Paul Ince, the club are yet to appoint a first-team manager and just seven first-team players are signed on for next season.

Those under contract are expected to return for training at the end of this month, with the first warm-up friendly in under 30 days.