Following crash of €750 million sale: AS Roma owners seek new buyers

15 June 2020

AS Roma
Photo: PA Images American investor Daniel Friedkin's revised bid of €575 million in May was declined by president and majority shareholder James Pallotta.

The club's ownership group is working with Goldman Sachs to seek alternatives to Daniel Friedkin, whose proposed deal for the club fell apart earlier this year.

His revised bid of €575 million in May was declined by president and majority shareholder James Pallotta.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

AS Roma could soon be changing hands, at least if the club's owners get their way. According to the Financial Times, the ownership group is searching for new buyers after a €750 million deal with American billionaire Daniel Friedkin collapsed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Accordingly, president and majority shareholder James Pallotta, along with the rest of the ownership group, is working with bankers at Goldman Sachs to attract fresh bids.

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