Swansea’s American owners put plans to increase shareholding on back burner

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Swansea City manager Carlos Carvalhal makes two observations about Fernando Llorente’s goal that saw Tottenham past his side.
Swansea City’s American owners have announced plans to increase their shareholding in the Premier League club have been shelved.
A consortium led by businessmen Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien purchased a 68 percent majority shareholding in 2016.
They had planned to increase their stake by purchasing shares from the Swansea City Supporters Trust — who own 21.1 percent of the club — but those talks have now been put on hold amid the Swans’ relegation battle.
“In the aftermath of the change in ownership…

By | 2018-01-06T04:31:50+00:00 January 6th, 2018|Categories: Premier League, RSS|0 Comments

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