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Thai Businessman Bee Taechaubol Set To Take Over AC Milan During Trip To Italy

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 04 / 21 / 15

Thai businessman Bee Taechaubol "expects he will sign a deal to become AC Milan’s majority shareholder during a trip to Italy on Sunday," according to Kris Voakes of GOAL. Taechaubol "has been in lengthy talks" with current President Silvio Berlusconi regarding a takeover and "he has now confi...

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