There are speculations about Juventus‘ possible sale, but no evidence that holding company Exor has opened talks with potential investors.
The front page of today’s edition of Il Corriere Dello Sport reads ‘They are selling Juve’ suggesting that the Bianconeri owners are considering the club’s future and will sell it for a suitable offer soon.
However, the article inside the paper doesn’t offer a clear view of the situation. It highlights how costs have skyrocketed over the last few years, suggesting that some shareholders could therefore sell their stocks.
Exor holds a 63.77% stake in the club which will be run by Gianluca Ferrero starting from January 18, 2023.
There’s no mention of ongoing talks between Juventus owners and potential buyers, but the article stresses that John Elkann would only consider selling the club if he realises the investment made by the family is not giving expected results.
As of today, Exor has not decided to sell Juventus and will name a new board of directors for the cub in the coming weeks, starting a new course after resignations from Andrea Agnelli and his board of directors on Monday.
5 Comments on “Could Juventus be sold?”
Could football italia be sold?
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Someone will be interested in purchasing this Wendy’s style operation but the 7/9 have been in safe faking it to making hands since the 19th Century.
Yeah we know 7/9 blah blah…
@zlatan well said, same comment everytime, a real bore
they should sell, hopefully to a qatari or saudi, dont want the americans or indians