After Rolland Courbis, i24News and Bengous, a new voice has been raised to discuss the next sale of Olympique de Marseille.
The soap opera around the takeover of Olympique de Marseille has resumed. But this time, no doubt scalded by previous announcements of all kinds that have not been followed up, Marseille supporters do not seem to be getting carried away. Since this weekend, several voices have however been heard to affirm that the sale of OM to rich Saudi investors is looming.
And after Bengous, who recently announced “a madness” to give ” chills “, it is this time his sidekick Mohammed Henni to make a spectacular prophecy. A week after being the first to announce the departure of Karim Benzema for Saudi Arabia, the one who made himself known by breaking televisions, in fact, ventured to give a date. And the Olympian supporters will quickly be fixed.
“Remember this date, June 12. Even the leaders of OM, they will say to themselves but how he got this information. On June 12, they will sit down to eat. There is a lot at stake, a lot, it’s not as usual, it’s very concrete and serious, he thus assured. We are almost there. There is a real market study that was done, they clearly saw that there were a lot of supporters, they calculated everything in marketing. There is a real project, they understood with OM that they could win big. They don’t do it for fun, it’s business. »
This announcement comes a few days after the words of Rolland Courbis at the microphone of RMC. “Just the day before yesterday, Michel Moulin told me that Saudi Arabia is going to take over a rival French club from PSG. And him 9 times out of 10 when he says something, oddly, it comes true a few weeks later, ” thus confided the former Marseille coach. Journalist Bertrand Borie had followed suit at the microphone of i24NEWS, the news channel on the Middle East: “OM had refused a buyout offer of 200 million euros made by the Saudis three years ago, but the latter are going to increase the bet even more and owner Frank McCourt could give in because OM have not been a very good financial deal for him. »