A group of Arab investors are interested in buying a percentage of AC Milan, according to a report.
Thursday’s edition of La Gazzetta dello Sport claim that while Elliott Management are more than capable of running the Rossoneri by themselves, there is interest from the Middle East in acquiring a share in the club.
Their report states that an unnamed Arab group are considering a potential investment offer to try and buy no more than 30% share in Milan.
Elliott would remain in control of the club from a decision-making point of view, but could potentially benefit from splitting costs with the fund.
As Football Italia notes, a member of Dubai’s royal family were linked with buying Milan last season when there was uncertainty surrounding previous owner Yonghong Li.