“Malaga Football Club will not be sold” were the words of Malaga’s new vice-president Nasser Al-Thani, after news surfaced of several offers from international investors from China and the UK interested in buying the club. An offer of 85 million euros was rejected by the club.
The departure of Moayad Shatat together with several offers to buy the club brought a period of uncertainty to the club which is actively seeking investment to be able to stay in La Liga.
For the moment, football fans watch to see in which direction Malaga Football Club will go. Whilst the new vice-president wants to see growth, there is a player exodus which needs to be addressed.
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