America is making great strides towards becoming a club company. A company will be created, with investors, to manage and inject money into football. According to Coelho’s internal sources, the idea is to raise the club’s shelf, in terms of investments, in national football, while improving sporting performance.
In this sense, the club is negotiating an agreement with American billionaire Joseph Dagrossa, through the Capital Football Group. He became well known in the sporting scene when he bought Bordeaux, from France, at the end of 2018. He recently set up investments in clubs in Spain and England. Southampton, a traditional English team, was contacted.
There is a confidentiality agreement signed between the two parties, such as a report ItatiaWhich prevents any official position at the present time. If negotiations progress, the matter will also be taken to the Council of America.
The process of moving from America to the company, led by Marcos Salom, has been studied for a long time, even before the passage of the Club and Companies Act in Brazil, facilitating the transformation of clubs into football companies (SAF).
America, however, will not “sell” the club, like clubs like Bragantino. Thus, there is no possibility to change uniforms and armor, for example, because the company to be created and the investor will be responsible only for investments and management of football.
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