Celebrity News: The enormous growth that has undergone the Girona in recent years in the sport and economic is closely linked to its relationship with English Manchester City since the summer of 2015, which could end in a purchase of the Catalan club by the City Football Group, which only lack details.
The purchase of Girona by the City Football Group is almost a reality, which will become effective in the coming days but some minimal details are still to be defined.
In this way, the Girona will become another team that will be part of the empire of Sheikh Mansour bin Zayed Al Nahyan that besides Manchester City already has other teams like the American New York City or the Australian Melbourne City.
The future of Girona changed completely at the end of the 2014-2015 season. At the same time that a header of the Lugo Argentine striker Pablo Caballero left to the Catalans another year in Second Division, the club like institution underwent a series of changes that would have much to see in its ascent of this course.
A French investment group called TVSE with Jean-Louis Dutaret and Samir Boudjemaa at the head managed through Pere Guardiola, brother of Pep Guardiola, 80% of the shares of the club until then owned by Josep Delgado.
At the same time of the purchase of TVSE and by the close relationship of Pere Guardiola and the sports director of Girona Quique Cárcel with several of the leaders of the City as Txiki Beguiristain and Ferran Soriano begins the collaboration between Girona and the English club.
The first step in that relationship was the transfer of the French central Florian Lejeune, which the citizens bought to give it one more year to the Catalan club.
The two years of collaboration between City and Girona have been profitable for both players such as Lejeune, Sobrino, Maffeo, Nwakali, Angeliño and Pablo Marí have gone through Montilivi, with more or less fortune, being owned by the English.
The purchase will be a giant step for Girona to grow to the sport, since with the City behind, will be possible to make movements and operations that the Catalan club alone could not assume although this year will receive the 40 million television rights.
The City Football Group will also serve once and for all a sports city to improve the working conditions of the first team as well as the base football and women’s football of the Girona entity.