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Hong Kong Firm Reportedly Ready To Purchase Hull City For Nearly $160M

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 10 / 21 / 16

A Hong Kong-based professional services company said that it has "agreed to buy" Premier League side Hull City for £130M ($159M), according to Panja & Hellier of BLOOMBERG. GreaterChina Professional Services Ltd.’s agreement is the "latest foray" into European football by China-...

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