Chinese billionaire Zong Qinghou 宗庆后 has become the latest foreign investor credited with an interest in buying shares in the AC Milan Silvio Berlusconi.
With the Rossoneri struggling financially, rumors have circulated for some time that Berlusconi was about to open the club to foreign investment through the sale of a stake in the organization acquired in 1986 and lavishly funded with previous years.
Sport Mediaset understands that Zong, who is the president and founder of beverage manufacturer in China, and has opened discussions with the current hierarchy gradually Milan about buying 75% of the club in the coming years.
Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol is believed to be in pole position to acquire shares in Milan to reports in Il Corriere della Sera that claim has already begun to carry out due diligence on the accounts of the club, which should be completed by the end of April.
However, as one of the richest men in China with personal assets of around € 11.6 billion, Zong Qinghou wealth is greater than Taechaubol making it a much more attractive potential investor.
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