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Genoa belongs to the Americans: Preziosi sells to US fund

The Genoa Hands change and become American. President Enrico costly In fact, he sold the Ligurian Club to the US investment fund 777 partners. The process has already started months ago, but this morning the first payment tranche has arrived: according to sources close to the company, it will be a number soon 20 million euros. The entire stock pool will change even if Enrico Preziosi remains initially associated with his former company in a corporate role. The now ex-president saved Genoa from bankruptcy in 2003 by returning them to Serie A in 2007, and since then has always held the first category.

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American Genoa Agreement

US fund 777 Partners already owns 6% of Seville, Spain. The official announcement of delivery may arrive in the next few hours (probably tomorrow). Preziosi will not hold any stake, not even at least one, but in all likelihood only a corporate mission for the next three years of contact between Genoa and Lega Calcio.

777 Partner assets

The private investment firm was founded in 2015 by Miami-based Stephen Pascoe and Josh Wonder. He handles many financial services but in recent years has also linked his name to sectors such as insurance, aviation and entertainment: he controls 49 companies including the media 1190 Sports and Fanatiz, has a stake in Seville and is now the president of Genoa.

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