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Chinese investors want to buy Sevilla for €300 m.

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A few business groups from China are interested in the Spanish club.

The Chinese investors can became new owners of Sevilla FC, COPE reports.

According to the source, the transaction is estimated at €300 million and can be completed in the near future. It is noted that, despite the change of club owners, the current managers of Sevilla expect to retain their posts.

Sevilla are 2nd in the standings, being one point behind Barcelona after 14 rounds of LaLiga this season.

The club was founded in 1890. In this century, the greatest Sevilla success is five victories in the UEFA Cup/Europa League. In addition, the team won twice the Spanish Cup, once won the country’s Super Cup and UEFA Super Cup.

(Reporting by Glushko Denys, editing by Ponomarenko Valeriia)

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