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Ipswich Town takeover latest

Ipswich Town Takeover

Los Angeles-based businessman Brett Johnson and his consortium of U.S. investors are close to completing a take-over of Ipswich Town for £17.5million. The League One outfit has been owned by Marcus Evans since 2007 but he has decided it’s time to hand over the reins to someone else after investing …

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Derby County takeover latest

Derby Takeover

Sheikh Khaled bin Zayed Al Nehayan and his Bin Zayed International group are edging closer to taking over Derby County Football Club. A £60million takeover is close to completion according to those who are close to developments. Once the deal is finalised, it is claimed that interim manager Wayne Rooney …

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Duncan Oldham: Fans are booing the BLM, not the message

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Dozens of football fans have asked me since the weekend what I thought of the Millwall fans booing the players when they took the knee at the recent game between Millwall and Derby. It’s a sensitive subject and one that most people may choose to avoid if they weren’t offended …

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William Storey rubbishes Sunderland takeover claims

William Storey

British businessman William Storey has rubbished suggestions that a proposed takeover of Sunderland by Kril Louis-Dreyfus and Juan Sartori will be completed next week and has described those claims as “nonsense.” Storey submitted a second legal bid to purchase the Black Cats on 19th November and believes his will be …

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Sunderland takeover latest – Kyril Louis-Dreyfus in pole position

Kyril Louis-Dreyfus

Kyril Louis-Dreyfus, the 23-year-old who wants to buy Sunderland Football Club, remains the favourite to complete a takeover of the club despite interest from American investors. Sunderland chief executive Jim Rodwell confirmed earlier this month that a potential buyer is currently in a ‘period of exclusivity’ and that is believed …

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SUNDERLAND TAKEOVER LATEST

Sammy Yu

Hong Kong businessman Sammy Yu says the door remains open on a possible takeover of Sunderland Football Club, but with his calls to owner Stewart Donald going unanswered, it’s starting to look unlikely that something could happen. Yu and his business partners are interested in buying the club but from …

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WOLVES SEEKING INVESTMENT AHEAD OF POSSIBLE IPO

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Shares in Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club could become available on the London Stock Exchange through an initial public offer (IPO). Fosun International, who purchased the club in 2016 from Steve Morgan for £40million, is attempting to sell a stake in the Premier League outfit as it gauges investor appetite for …

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LEEDS UNITED TAKEOVER TALKS LATEST

Leeds United Takeover

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has been in France for takeover talks. Radrizzani flew to Paris yesterday for talks with Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifi who also runs the state-owned Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) which is a subsidiary of Qatar Investment Authority (QIA). Radrizzani attended last night’s Champions League clash …

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UNITED OFFICIALS ATTEND SAUDI INVESTMENT INITIATIVE CONFERENCE

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The third edition of the Future Investment Initiative (FII) opened in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia’s capital and main financial hub, today. Among those attending the conference are representatives of Manchester United, sparking further speculation that the Glazers could be willing to consider a takeover by the Gulf state’s Crown Prince Mohammed …

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SUNDERLAND TAKEOVER: STEWART DONALD WANTS £40M BONUS

Stewart Donald

Sunderland owner Stewart Donald reportedly wants bonuses potentially worth up to £40million included in any takeover deal. The Black Cats chief has valued the club at £50million but if they are promoted to the Championship, it is claimed that he wants to bank a bonus of £15million and a further …

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