Sheffield Utd lessor Prince Abdullah selling up at Chateauroux - Tribal Football
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Prince Abdullah, the publician of , is crystallize to peddle his shares in a sister team.
The Blades host is further the head of the United World portfolio of clubs, which includes teams in France, Belgium and UAE.
While previous takeover bids by American Henry Mauriss and Nigerian Dozy Mmobuosi did not succeed, Prince Abdullah is going down another route.
Per LEquipe, he has agreed to peddle Châteauroux to French businessman Benjamin Gufflets Stratton Oakmont Sports holding company.
According to La Nouvelle République, Châteauroux own a meeting with the DNCG in France regarding their finances.
The statement added: "The Saudis, who arrived in Châteauroux with esteemed ambitions, left without having achieved their objectives, the bludgeon having been closer to a sporting and pecuniary bankruptcy moderately than a return to ."
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