Media: Former Swansea chairman launches Charlton Athletic bid
26 May 2020
Huw Jenkins, who served as chairman of the Welsh club for 17 years, has confirmed his interest in buying the club for £1 million.
Charlton have been subject to a controversial power struggle in recent months and owner Tahnoon Nimer is now looking to sell.
Former Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has launched a £1 million bid to take over Charlton Athletic, according to the Daily Mail, providing a potential exit-path for their wantaway owner, Tahnoon Nimer.
Nimer, who officially took over the club in January, has recently signalled a wish to sell the club after a controversial fallout with two of the club's directors, Matt Southall and Jonathan Heller, who have since been removed from the board.
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