According to Sud-Ouest, at least three letters of intent were submitted to purchase Girondins de Bordeaux. One of the projects will be implemented by Didier Coelho, former General Manager of LFP. The Chinese investment fund, Fosun, has reportedly expressed interest.
Bordeaux has at least one certainty in its great spring fog. Sports maintenance has been validated by winning at Reims on Sunday during the 38th and final days of Ligue 1 (2-1) and the 12th-place final. Phew … but the battle now completely changes the terrain. Financially, the Girondins have been waiting anxiously, since its major shareholder deserted King Street. Who will take over the club and under what conditions?
according to Southwest, At least three letters of intent were submitted to purchase the Girondins de Bordeaux on Monday. Comes two of the entrepreneurs very connected to the club, Pascal Rego and Bruno Vivitt. The third will be carried by Didier Coelho, former general manager of the Professional Football League, with support from investors.
Fosun actually made an attempt in 2015
Reportedly, the Chinese investment fund Fosun is in the process, the account also indicated. Embed a Tweet, Who provided the names of super agent Jorge Mendes and Olympiacos coach Pedro Martins. Fuson, the Chinese giant, the major shareholder in Club Med or Lanvin, already owns a European football club: Wolverhampton. Jorge Mendes is already well established there, with a team with a strong Portuguese accent.
On March 2019Football Leaks leaks revealed Fosson’s interest in the Girondins de Bordeaux in 2015. The plan was to buy the club from M6 and arrive with legend in luggage, Zinedine Zidane. The French had not yet started their coaching career at the highest level. In January 2016, the Real Madrid president offered him to succeed Rafa Benitez. Zizou accepts, embarks on a series of victories on the Spanish bench, and Fosson drops the case in Bordeaux’s favor. Will the Chinese go further this time?
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