Aston Villa owners open up for massive investment within the next five years

13 September 2019

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Photo: Getty Images Villa's owners have injected more than £200 million into the club since their takeover in the summer of 2018.

The club have changed their resolutions to allow the investment of up to £100 million within the next five years, a filing at Companies House reveals.

Villa's owners have injected more than £200 million into the club since their takeover in the summer of 2018.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Aston Villa's financially trigger-happy owners are open to the possibility of further investment into the club over the next five years, a filing at Companies House reveals.

The club's parent company, Recon Group, has authorised the allotment of fresh shares of up to £100 million within the next five years, the filing shows. 

Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens, the club's billionaire owners, have injected more than £200 million in total since their takeover last year, with the most recent investment of a little over £22 million being made in August.

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