Friedkin’s ownership stake in Roma rises to 94.1% ahead of Friday’s OPA deadline

The results from the “offerta pubblica di acquisto” (public offering) presented to Roma’s minority stakeholders are going to come down to the wire ahead of Friday’s deadline.

Earlier today, Roma released the following statement announcing that Dan Friedkin’s ownership stake in Roma has risen to 94.1% just two days away from the OPA deadline, so only 0.9% away from the necessary 95%.

The club wants to thank all those who, from 13 June 2022 until today, have already expressed their desire to strengthen the Giallorossi project by joining the voluntary takeover bid promoted by Romulus and Remus Investments LLC, of ​​which Dan Friedkin indirectly owns 100%.

Two days before the deadline (Friday 22 July), the set goal is closer than ever. At the 95% milestone, 0.9% of the capital is missing and no raise will be made on the €0.45 prize currently envisaged.

The increase in the price of the offer will also be valid for the many shareholders who, in recent weeks, have already expressed their willingness to join the offer, thus being able to obtain an economic reward and the exclusive benefits of Assist Club.

Read More

Chelsea FC v AFC Ajax: Group H - UEFA Champions League
Referee designator Gianluca Rocchi dismisses Serie A refereeing complaints
Tiago Pinto (credit - Fabio Rossi)
Tiago Pinto discusses Gini Wijnaldum's Roma switch
img_2357
Official: Carles Pérez joins Celta Viga on loan from Roma

LATEST PODCAST EPISODE

NEXT MATCH

Serie A 2022-23
14-08-2022 09:00
Salernitana
SAL
Roma