Friedkin still interested in finding minority investors for Roma


RomaPress – Dan and Ryan Friedkin have officially been at the helm of Roma for exactly three months after having purchased the club from James Pallotta in August.

in their first 90 days, the American duo have been hard at work and busy constructing “their” Roma as they look to improve the club both on and off the pitch, especially financially.

In the hopes of further boosting Roma’s financial situation, the Houston-based consortium has been searching for and holding talks with potential investors as Friedkin remains very interested in selling a minority stake of the club.

RomaPress has learned that Marc Watts, President of The Friedkin Group and a member of Roma’s Board of Directors, has been tasked with finding potential partners and has even held talks with interested parties in London and Qatar.

However, a source familiar with the situation claims that no concrete offers have yet arrived.

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