Money Sale of OM: Where does Ajroudi’s money come from?
Sale OM: The Ajroudi-Boudjellal project is "very solid"
© Supplied by Sports.fr Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi nevertheless assured that Saudi and Emirati investors would not have the majority. In his dream of buying OM with Mourad Boudjellal, businessman Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi would be well supported by funds from Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
No, Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi does not have the financial backing of businessmen from Saudi Arabia.
Theis not Saudi Arabia. At least it is not yet and it may never be. Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi had already explained, two weeks ago in La Provence, that his plan to buy the Marseille club was not linked to any Saudi prince and even less to Mohammed ben Salman, the crown prince, who tried in vain to take control of Newcastle….
"There are no Saudi businessmen behind the OM buyout attempt", thus affirmed "a source close to the discussions" to Georges Malbrunot, journalist at Le Figaro and specialist in the Middle East. A simple confirmation, which at least has the merit of reminding OM supporters that the Ajroudi-Boudjellal duo is visibly independent of any state entity. This is by no means a diplomatic battle between two Persian Gulf countries.
OM takes legal action against Ayachi Ajroudi and Boudjellal
© Provided by Sofoot Du flan. This is what Olympique de Marseille seems to want to prove through its legal action "against Messrs Ayachi Ajroudi and Boudjellal" , as announced in a press release on Tuesday evening. “For more than three weeks, (they) have undertaken a media campaign to destabilize the club, denounces the club.
Olympique de Marseille: "There are no Saudi businessmen behind the attempt to take over OM," confirms a source close to the discussions. Investors interested in OM would come from the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Israel, in particular.- Georges Malbrunot (@Malbrunot)
Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi has been building his consortium for a long time now. Provence on Thursday explained that the funds came from Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates and Israel. The Franco-Tunisian made a new offer to Frank McCourt on Wednesday with an ultimatum set at 10 days, Ajroudi being convinced that the American owner is looking for money in order to inject it into the coffers of the Olympic de Marseilles.MSN also suggests: (Sofoot) (Sport24) (Football 365) (Sofoot)
Röttgermann demands equal TV money for everyone .
© FIROFIROSID Is for more equality: Thomas Röttgermann Düsseldorf (SID) - Thomas Röttgermann, CEO of Bundesliga relegated Fortuna Düsseldorf, has called for a serious redistribution of television funds in German professional football. In the opinion of the 59-year-old, the 18 clubs in the Bundesliga and the 2nd Bundesliga should receive exactly the same proportion of TV revenue in the future - Arminia Bielefeld, for example, would as much money as record champions Bayern Munich.