Investor Lars Windhorst buys 37.5% stake in Berlin team

(Image: Instagram/@herthabsc)

The German investor Lars Windhorst has bought a 37.5% stake in the German football club Hertha Berlin through his affiliated company Tennor for 125 million euros ($142.08 million), a spokesman for Windhorst said on Thursday.

The Berlin team plays in the Bundesliga. Der Spiegel first reported the investment.

REUTERS/Reporting by Arno Schuetze Writing by Tom Sims Editing by Riham Alkousaa

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