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If Saudis buy Inter they will structure the ownership in a way which don't collide Uefa regulations. Same happened with Leipzig and Salzburg.
 

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So you think CIC are after inter too?
 

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By the time Newcastle are able to make cl Perez & agnelli will have kicked ceferin ass in court.

On inter PIF Enzo bucchioni is now also claiming its going to happen.

 

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By a quick research... Newcastle didn't spend a lot of money on transfer market, so I don't know what to expect from PIF...
It doesn't seem they want to spend money like PSG or City...
 
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Newcastle only got bought a few months ago, they've not had a window with PIF yet...
 

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Correct me if I am wrong but isn't PIF a sovereign fund? A typical sovereign fund would have countless risk management and financial control imposed on it.

I generally expect a stable Inter financially with PIF, not 3 Messi or 4 Ronaldo.
 

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Not entirely sure. PIF might be a subsidiary of the sovereign wealth fund, and ultimately, if its the play thing of the country's leader, all the financial controls go out the window.
 

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This Twitter "journalist" claimed (in December) we will be owned by Aramco with 51% majority. Don't remember if PIF was also owner too in that claim.
 
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Correct me if I am wrong but isn't PIF a sovereign fund? A typical sovereign fund would have countless risk management and financial control imposed on it.

I generally expect a stable Inter financially with PIF, not 3 Messi or 4 Ronaldo.
Normal rules don't apply to a country run by a monarchy.

Whether it's PIF or Aramco they would still be MBS's play thing.
 

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By the time Newcastle are able to make cl Perez & agnelli will have kicked ceferin ass in court.

On inter PIF Enzo bucchioni is now also claiming its going to happen.

I perticularly love how they misspell Goldman Sachs several times in the article. That's great reporting.
 

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I perticularly love how they misspell Goldman Sachs several times in the article. That's great reporting.
Weird that they didn't spell it as "Goldman Sucks", plus there is "Stevan Zhang" in the article too, so "Sacks" is pretty legit in my eyes.
 

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I really, really doubt it, but we can't really know, I'd be okay with that, if they eliminate the debt and make us a self-sustainable club... shiii, good times ahead
 

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People keep saying it's not going to happen but where are all these articles popping out of?
 

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PEOPLE MAKE THEM UP.

One person makes it up, then it cascades to other shit tier media outlets.

Yeah, but surely they have to have some form of fact checking before reporting on the story? I get all details are not 100% truth to be first but this rumour is not going away.


What i do have concerns about, is everyday there is a new article saying the same story but nothing original and all quoting the Internation Business Times, surely after the news "broke" there would be more facts or reports adding to the story?
 

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Yeah, but surely they have to have some form of fact checking before reporting on the story? I get all details are not 100% truth to be first but this rumour is not going away.


What i do have concerns about, is everyday there is a new article saying the same story but nothing original and all quoting the Internation Business Times, surely after the news "broke" there would be more facts or reports adding to the story?
Of course not. It's the world of clickbait now.

That's why the 'tier' of the sources really matter.

And, the IBT article was an anonymous contributor.

The guys on twitter absolutely dont need to do any fact checking (obviously), either.


There was once truth to PIF looking at Inter, there may well be truth in it in the future, but right now, it's people making shit up.
 

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another comment about PIF acquiring Inter:

here is info about Marcos Motta:

Marcos Motta, the world renowned sports lawyer who has been involved in some of the biggest deals in sports, such as the Neymar Jr. transfer from Barcelona to PSG, in 2017.

Marcos Motta, founding partner at Bichara e Motta Advogados, has obtained a postgraduate diploma in contemporary business law, a master's degree (LLM) in international economic law from the University of Warwick (UK), an honorary master's degree in international sports law from the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economia-ISDE (Spain), and a negotiation and leadership certificate from Harvard Law School.

Mr Motta has been working in the football market since 1997, when he started as director and international representative for CR Flamengo. Since then he has served as legal counsel in over 400 leading cases before FIFA and the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) involving different matters, such as contractual, disciplinary, regulatory and doping disputes. Mr Motta has rendered legal advice in some of the highest and most notable transactions of the football world, in addition to taking part in the Brazilian government's working group on the revision of the so-called Pelé Law, of the General Law for Brazilian Sports and in the FIFA Task Force on Third Party Ownership (TPO). He is currently the legal adviser for international matters of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) and played an important role as adviser of various affairs related to the Rio 2016 Olympics.

Mr Motta is a visiting lecturer of master's degree courses in various international sports law programmes in Europe and the USA. He is member of REX Sport; the board of the European Football Agents Association (EFAA); and the International Association of Football Lawyers (AIAF).
 
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