Cherries close to takeover deal

09 March 2009 04:51
The pair are heading a consortium that has struck a deal with chairman and co-owner Paul Baker.[LNB]Cherries chief executive Alastair Saverimutto told BBC Radio Solent: "I don't expect to be back at the club.[LNB]"The players need to be paid, and aside from that you've got other bills which need paying."[LNB]Saverimutto had previously stated that he was in negotiations with a consortium based in the Middle East, but said the advantage of selling to Mostyn and Murry would be the speed in which the deal could be completed.[LNB]He added: "The people I'm dealing with are out there, but that deal would take time and the club don't have that."[LNB][LNB]

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