THE ROME, NEW RICO IN EUROPE?
BOMB: The proprietary group of the PSG would be interested in buying the Rome
Published:10/04/2019 - 14:49h
Updated:10/04/2019 - 14:49h
France and Italy have heated in the last days with the rumours that do reference to the Rome. Although the president James Pallotta has denied an approach, several means ensure that the group qatarí that has the PSG in property also wants to do with the entity
In the last years has given a lot that speak in the market of signings, but now the PSG would be centred in greater aims. Concretising something more, the proprietary group of the French group, Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), would be very pending of the acquisition of another classical of the European football. France and Italy already affirm that the interest goes further of the rumours.
This Wednesday 'L'Équipe' does echo of an information that already advanced the 'Ran dello Sport', that aims that QSI wants to buy the Rome. After landing in the Park of the Princes and convert to the club in one of the new big of the old continent, the intention would be to expand borders and initiate a new adventure in the Series To.
The half Italian specifies that it would exist an offer of 400 million euros to confirm the transaction, that James Pallotta would have refused. The multimillionaire employer italoamericano, owner and president of the entity, would have denied categorically to happen the witness to the not to consider a seller, affirming that it will keep the total management of the Associazione Sportiva.
"Although it is difficult nowadays confirm that this financial proposal had issued, the interest of Qatar, and probably QSI, exists. Advisers and experts of the investment fund qatarí chaired by Nasser To the-Khelaïfi study his feasibility", relate 'L'Équipe', that ensures that this would not be the last attempt to do with the team 'giallorossi' and that a greater offer could be in way.
Taking into account that for the moment these conversations have not been confirmed, it is necessary to stand out that the investment fund qatarí would have to adjust to the maximum to the rule of the UEFA, that prevents that clubs of the same owner compete in the same European competition. To the hour to consolidate another macroproyecto destined to struggle by the 'orejona' this could be an obstacle, and more having the frictions with the organism that governs the European football because of the 'Fair Play Financial'
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