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La Liga Club Atlético Madrid Takes 35% Stake In Ligue 2 Side Lens

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 05 / 25 / 16

Atlético Madrid will provide 35% of the share capital required to buy Ligue 2 club Lens, after Lens President Gervais Martel and Luxembourg business society Solferino Major Shareholder Ignacio Aguillo confirmed that a bid collaborating with the Spanish club "had been accepted in Paris," accor...

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