According to a number of British media reports, it is pointed out that the American billionaire who owns the Las Vegas Golden Knights of the National Hockey League (NHL), William P. Foley II, attended recently to watch his upcoming acquisition. The team – Bournemouth at home against Leicester City in the 10th round of the Premier League.
The current owner of Bournemouth is a Russian-born British businessman, Maxim Deming, who bought a stake in Bournemouth in 2011, reportedly spending £850,000 The purchase price of the club’s shares became the main owner of the team.
The team owner Deming also fired Bournemouth coach Scott Parker after four Premier League games this season, and the selection of coaches has not yet ended.
Bournemouth finished runners-up in the Championship last season, giving the team another chance to be promoted to the Premier League after eight years. According to the stadiums of the top clubs in the Premier League, Bournemouth is the smallest arena among the Premier League clubs, with a capacity of only 11,364 people.
It is reported that billionaire Foley intends to buy Bournemouth and is willing to pay up to 120 million pounds to buy Bournemouth from Deming.
However, while the two sides are negotiating, Foley has shown his intentions in action, recently participating in Bournemouth’s 2-1 win over Leicester City in the Premier League. It is worth noting that Foley’s move has proven that the acquisition is progressing considerably, with news that the billionaire will complete the purchase of Bournemouth in the near future.
It is understood that as Bournemouth has the smallest home arena among the top clubs in England, Foley’s long-term plan for the club is to rebuild and build a vibrant new stadium and train for the new arena The facility provides more construction funds, and it is believed that Bournemouth’s vigorous development prospects among Premier League clubs are just around the corner.
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