Milan Sale: Possible closing in two weeks. Gazidi can take a step back

Milan Sale: Possible closing in two weeks.  Gazidi can take a step back

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Tonight, the derby that could give Milan the Italian Cup final is scheduled, but in the meantime rumors of a possible sale of the club to Investcorp, who are in exclusive negotiations with Elliott, have not subsided. A tweet from the official account of the Bahrain Embassy in the UK arrived yesterday to formalize it all: “Investcorp has begun exclusive negotiations to buy Milan for $1.1 billion. Founded in 1982, Investcorp truly offers a global and diversified investment portfolio and manages more than $42 billion of… Worldwide assets.” (The message was deleted later in the evening).

inside or outside – As today’s edition of Gazzetta dello Sport shows, there are still about two weeks of exclusivity during which the due diligence, i.e. the analysis of AC Milan’s accounts, will be completed. At the end of this period there will be no extensions but real inside or outside: this means that there will be a closure of negotiations and the transfer of ownership or the club via Aldo Rossi will remain in the hands of Elliott.

The future of the Jazidis It is still too early to understand what will change in the Rossoneri’s organizational chart in the event of a white smoke, in particular the future of current Ivan Gazidis, director Paolo Maldini and director Frederic Massara. As for the South African CEO, Rosea mentioned this morning that she might decide to back off given her strong relationship with Elliott. However, it is still too early to talk about this, before there are still negotiations worth 1.1 billion dollars to come to fruition.

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