The English club’s owner arrived in the morning to negotiate with Alberto Bosco, a member of the Sampdoria board. “Keep your fingers crossed,” said the entrepreneur
Whether this is the decisive move is yet to be determined, but Andrea Radrizzani is serious: the Leeds owner wants Sampdoria. Matteo Manfredi, his partner, had also confirmed this and had spoken at length about the plan to restore Sampdoria’s coffers. Today it was Radrizzani who showed up in person at the Sampdoria sports center in Bogliasco in the morning and was greeted by Alberto Bosco, a board member, to negotiate the purchase of the club. “Let’s hope we keep our fingers crossed,” Radrizzani replied, intercepted by Sky Sport.
A sudden acceleration that could prevent Sampdoria from bankruptcy shortly after relegation that is never really questioned. According to the Radrizzani plan, the agreement with the creditor banks would already have been found and then the financial and sporting plan would begin to bring Samp back to light. Watching in the background, Alessandro Barnaba, who has been interested in Sampdoria for a long time and has already made various offers to take over the club, also has the support of former president Edoardo Garrone. But now the shot comes from Radrizzani.
22 May – 12.30 p.m
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