Bangkok – comes news that a Thai businessman has offered to pay 1 billion euros ($ 14.5 billion) to the Prime Minister of Italy Silvio Berlusconi in order to get a share of ownership of the club AC Milan.
The offer was reportedly came from Bee Taechaubol as executive director of the Thai Prime Company Limited and one of the owners of Global Legends Series (GLS) Bangkok – which organized charity matches with explores the action of the veteran footballer.
As Reuters proclaimed that refers to the Bangkok Post, Thailand business is not targeting the full ownership of the Rossoneri, which is currently owned by Berlusconi, but just want to get at least 50 percent.
Bee also touted optimistic a deal with Milan, the club has ever won the Serie A 18 times, will be established within one month despite Reuters also requested comments yet managed directly from the employer.
If that happens then Milan will follow the footsteps of rivals, Inter Milan, in attracting investors from Southeast Asia after Erick Thohir of Indonesia holds a 70 percent stake in the Nerazzurri in 2013.