INEOS set to buy Allianz Riviera

INEOS will consider renovating the OGC Nice Training Center and acquiring the Allianz Riviera. His boss Jim Ratcliffe clearly has big ambitions for the Riviera club, although he has applied for other squads in England, such as Chelsea and Manchester United.

Nice Allianz Rivera illustration

According to the items you got RMC SportsINEOS has ideas to make Nice one of the strongest clubs in Ligue 1. Jim Ratcliffe, its president, will initially consider modernizing the Training and Education Centre, which opened in 2017. His goal will be to modernize, expand and add the performance of the centre, where the cycling team and part will be installed. From Formula 1 and sailing. The project will also provide for the acquisition of the Allianz Riviera, which currently belongs to the city of Nice. However, the file will still be complex and will take some time.

Investing 70 million euros in the transfer window

Revealing these items will surely reassure Aiglons supporters, who have not escaped that Jim Ratcliffe was claiming to take over other clubs, across the channel. The English billionaire had applied for the acquisition of Chelsea a few months ago, as mentioned in the context of the Manchester United sale. But the price that the Glazer family would have set for the Red Devils, 4.3 billion euros according to daily Mailsomething to think about.

Meanwhile, OGC Nice implemented an ambitious transfer window this summer, investing €70m to strengthen itself. Lucien Favre can especially count on arrivals from Sofiane Diop (ex-Monaco), Gaetan Laborde (ex-Rennes), Mattia Vetti (ex-Empoli), Alexis Pica (ex-Lokomotiv), Aaron Ramsey (ex-Juventus), Kasper Schmeichel (ex-Leicester). Mads Beck Sorensen (formerly Brentford) and Nicholas Pepe (former Arsenal). Recruitment has not yet paid off: Team Nice is currently in 13th placee Position in the Ligue 1 standings, 14 points behind PSG and 12 behind OM.

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