While Frank McCourt had been keen to publicly put an end to the incessant rumors of the last few weeks on the sale of OM, a new lead was mentioned by the former president of PSG, Charles Villeneuve.
One thing is certain, the OM soap opera is far from over and it risks fueling French football news for a long time to come. On the sidelines of Sunday’s Olimpico between Marseille and Lyon which ended in a draw (1-1), Charles Villeneuve, former president of PSG and journalist, woke up at the microphone of Europe 1 the rumor around the sale of OM, yet buried by the owner of the club in person, Frank McCourt: ” There are French people, a small group of French people, who are trying to bring together unitholders. The ticket is not a 10 or 15 million euro ticket ”, he blurted out, before adding: “I do not know where they are, I follow them, I gave my word to keep it off until now, but if they succeed… It is only French people who are concerned and are thinking about buyout of OM. “
This week, McCourt is to meet with club supporters, local politicians and local entrepreneurs, to reassure them of his commitment. Which will not block the next rumor …
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