After the soap operas Ajroudi and Ben Talal, now a certain Hicham Bouajila is discussing with the Frank McCourt clan for a takeover of Olympique de Marseille.
We do not know if this is good or bad news for supporters of theOlympic Marseille. But here are new rumors concerning a very possible takeover of the Marseille club.
There had been the soap opera Mohamed Ajroudi, this businessman who had embarked with him a Mourad Boudjellal who admits today to having been fooled. Then there was the big announcement of Thibaud Vézirian. ” Everything suggests that it’s closed. OM will be redeemed in the next few hours, in the next few days,” had assured the journalist in February 2021, and who has still not dropped the case. It is now the newspaper L’Equipe which puts a coin in the machine.
A Tunisian businessman, then a Tunisian intermediary…
It’s a three-cushion pool shot. The first piece of information is that a Tunisian businessman named Hicham Bouajila, who knew Nasser Al-Khelaifi when he arrived in France, is pushing hard to get in touch with Frank McCourt. He would have already managed to discuss with the lawyers of the American. His objective would be to put the owner of OM in contact with Dr. Albdulla Alraisi, a former sportsman from the United Arab Emirates. And in a third step, this intermediary could make the connection between McCourt and “significant UAE investors. »
McCourt doesn’t want to hear anything
L’Equipe makes it clear that the conditional is very important, especially for the last part of the previous paragraph. Because, until proven otherwise, there is no indication that McCourt intends to part with OM, even if we know that a good offer is able to make any business think. For the moment, we seem very far from it, and on the side of the Olympian staff, we are rather the type to believe that these recurring rumors about a sale of the club are intended to destabilize the institution. With the sudden departure of Jorge Sampaoli, OM don’t necessarily need that right now.
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