The 2019/2020 Serie A soccer season is over and the summer sale has officially started, with several clubs looking for a buyout.
It was just two weeks ago when U.S. Businessman Dan Friedkin took over AS Roma for a whopping $700 million from James Pallotta, Friedkin’s compatriot and executive board member of the NBA’s Boston Celtics.
But AS Roma seems to be just the first of a long list of Italian soccer clubs about to change ownership.
According to several financial news outlets familiar with the matter, six additional clubs are on the look-out for new ownership in Serie A –