Club 9 Give Owls Investment Deadline
Club 9 Sports, the American-based investment company, have revealed that they're still looking to invest at Hillsborough and have given the club a week to reignite their interest in a deal.
The company have been holding talks about potential investment in Wednesday for months but had an offer turned down last week, reported to be of an initial £2 million for a near-40 per cent stake in the club.
But since Lee Strafford left his post as club chairman on Monday, Club 9 have continued to hover round S6 and told BBC Radio Sheffield that they're still ready to invest in the club - but they've set a deadline.
'This is the club we want, but we will have to move on,' Club 9 director Jon Pritchett told BBC Radio Sheffield.
'I would say we're willing to give it this week.'
Wednesdayites have cast doubts over the company and their relationship with the club, despite Strafford's attempts to get investment into S6 since his arrival.
But it'll now be down to the current Owls board, without Strafford, to decide whether Club 9 are right or wrong for Wednesday.
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