Goldman Sachs still eyeing Friedkin alternatives

John Solano

RomaPress – James Pallotta and his partners, Starwood Capital, are pushing to finalise a sale of AS Roma before the end of 2020

The group remain engaged in negotiations with The Friedkin Group, but there is pessimism on the side of the Bostonian as to whether or not the Houston-based consortium will raise their offer from May, which was worth around €455 million.

In the meantime, Goldman Sachs continues to search out for new potential investors, but at the moment – The Friedkin Group remains the only concrete option while Miami-based Joseph DaGrosa has expressed interest, but hasn’t taken any definitive steps.

Pallotta and his partners are adamant on having an agreement in place with new investors before the start of 2021 as they await a relaunch from Friedkin or an offer from a new group.

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