Offbeat Takeover of OM: quoted by Ajroudi, Tapie says he is "neither concerned, nor interested"

13:50  24 july  2020
13:50  24 july  2020 Source:   sport24.lefigaro.fr

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  Rachat de l'OM: cité par Ajroudi, Tapie se dit «ni concerné, ni intéressé» © Panoramic

Anything but good news for the Ajroudi-Boudjellal duo. And a media release that thwarts a fairly hazardous communication. Contacted by Le Figaro after having seen his name quoted by Mohamed Ayachi Ajroudi in a statement, Bernard Tapie refuted any contact with the Franco-Tunisian businessman, eager to buy OM. "The answer is clear, I am neither concerned, nor interested, nor even in a position to be in any way involved in current or future projects relating to OM", assures us the legendary former president of the Marseille club. Relaunched on his relationship with the Ajroudi-Boudjellal duo, who would like his presence in the future organizational chart of the club, Bernard Tapie responds vigorously and assures that he has had no exchange with them. "I wish all this uproar about this topic would stop."

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club On the night of Thursday to Friday, the Franco-Tunisian businessman, via one of his advisers, had advanced the idea of ​​a presence of Bernard Tapie within the future organization chart of the club, if the sale of OM was carried out. "Mr. Ajroudi considers that no one knows the Club better than Mr. Bernard Tapie, which is why he would like his presence on the club committee, "the statement said. Way for the businessman to put pressure on the McCourt-Eyraud camp and to coax OM supporters even more, after having, in the columns of the Figaro , whispered the names of Cristiano Ronaldo and Zinédine Zidane . Bernard Tapie's scathing response to Le Figaro put an end to this rumor.

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