Nigerian billionaire, Dozy Mmobuosi is closing in on a £90m takeover of Sky Bet Championship club, Sheffield United.
The technology entrepreneur net worth is about £7bn.
The takeover bid is now the subject of the EFL’s owners’ and directors’ test, but no problems have been flagged so far.
Sheffield United are fighting hard for a return to English Premier League.
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The Blades were hit with a transfer embargo last moth after they failed to keep up payment installment on signings.
They were prevented from buying a player for the next 18 months unless they win promotion.
The American Henry Mauriss was close to buying the club last year only for the takeover to collapse after he failed the EFL’s test.
However, The Times reports that the latest bid from the Nigerian, Mmobuosi for the club is much more viable.
There are Nigerian Clubs that would’ve benefited from this man’s ownership….this should serve as a wake up call to the NFF to do more in terms of league and cup administration and organisation so billionaires like Dozy can invest in our teams and private ownership encouraged.
Everything in Nigeria is now rubish nothing is going well unemployment.insecurity.tribalisim.betrayalisim.virginalisim.frytalisim.poor economy.arogantilisim.hunger.people are dying everyday many have developed hbp our leaders are busy teopalising and detrocalising our economy we can’t continue this way. God come for our rescue.