Pallotta wants to remain a part of Roma, even in a minority capacity

It’s been an incredibly hot 48 hours since rumors emerged that American consortium The Friedkin Group are pushing to acquire Roma. Today, La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that should The Friedkin Group acquire a majority stake of the club, Roma president James Pallotta wants to remain a a part of the Giallorossi. While Pallotta would likely be most interested in selling a majority stake of Roma, the Bostonian is insistent on remaining at least a minority owner of the capital side.

Talks are continuing between the two American billionaires as they look to find an agreement.

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