Yeah, I really want nothing to do with him. He talks way too much. Suning may blow, but this guy barely seems better.This guy needs to shut the fuck already. Super annoying and he isn't apart of the club. Now he's saying Mbappe to Inter will happen once he's owner. Fuck me. I already can't stand this guy.
Probably the idea was to do the same thing. Raise money for the acquisition, though not 5-6 bn. Zilliacus turned away from United bid since he got the feeling Glazers do not want to sell and in the end, he was right. They didn't want to sell even to this sheik. Only accepted the minority shareholder coming in (Ratcliffe).He find investors and collect 2.5B. But, he also was looking to buy MU for 5-6B. With what money? Something here does not have sense to me.
Making profit will require having some semblance of a long term plan, unlike Suning.Everyone needs to understand our next owner MOST PROBABLY is going to want to profit out of the club, at least in the long run. It's not perhaps bad, compared to the Zhang ownership chaos but that needs to be acknowledged.
I rather take that than the sports washing scheme which is unlikely in my opinion at this moment.
I think the Milan deal valuation was 1.2bn. And RedBird indeed bought only 70% but 70% of the 1.2bn.If I understood well, this guy value Inter 1B. They allways use ACM to compare, that is sold for 1.2B. But, they do not mention, that is only 70% for Redbird, and Elliot still keep 30%. Ok, we have huge dept, but no way that our value is much lower than their. I think 1B, how much this guy wants to offer is way bellow from our real value. With just little adjustment, just little better choise of players, I am sure we can be top 10 club easily.
Yeah, Lender has to consent and then generally the debt is taken out but it doesn't have to be.I think the Milan deal valuation was 1.2bn. And RedBird indeed bought only 70% but 70% of the 1.2bn.
Difference between the clubs financially is Inter has 415m debt, due in 2027. Other differences are there aswell like revenues and costs but that debt is a major one. I was told by smarter people that usually that kind of debt deals are triggered to be paid back if the loanee changes (technically, in the case of ownership change).