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The two big clubs from Milan want investments from Orient

by Football Pub on Friday, October 12th, 2012

The two great teams of Milan, Inter and AC Milan are on the verge of a new era of their existence. According to Italian media the owner of the Milanese Deveils , Silvio Berlusconi, is determined to give a stake to the Al Thani family, who took over last year the French football club Paris Saint-Germain.

Gazzetta dello Sport claim that, in acute crisis of money, Rossoneri boss wants to give to Arabs 30 percent of the shares with an estimated amount of 250 million euros.

The source cited above ensures that between Milan managers and fund from Qatar there are permanent contacts, and even if the main objective is to attract money to club’s accounts, are considered and other collaboration options.

Also, rival Inter Milan sign a similar agreement with Chinese company China Railway Construction Corp.

It seems that the two Italy’s big clubs observed benefits of investments made by Arab billionaires in football across Europe. Considering that both Milan and Inter are in rebuilding process, they could use financial support, enabling them acquiring new players of big value.

26 years have passed since Silvio Berlusconi took over AC Milan.

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