On Saturday, December 3, the leadership of the Brazilian club “Bahia” approved the sale of 90 percent of the club’s shares City Football Group. The decision was made following a vote.
“Today our partners made a historic and democratic decision that brings us closer to being part of the largest and most innovative football group in the world and to a new future for our dear and courageous club. We are very pleased that our beloved club is about to join the City Football Group,” said club president Guilherme Bellintani.
The Emirati sports holding, founded in 2013 and registered in the UK, already owns New York City (USA) and Melbourne City (Australia), and also invests in Lommel (Belgium), Montevideo City Torque (Uruguay), Girona (Spain), Yokohama F. Marinos (Japan), Troyes (France), Mumbai City (India), Sichuan Jun (China). By the way, City Football Group also owns the English football giant. “Manchester city”.
Note that earlier Man City signed a 14-year-old Sheffield player.