Misinformation for the possible buyer of the Greens?

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Last night we uncovered a rumor reporting talks between ASSE shareholders and an American buyer. Poteaux Carrés says more about the candidate this Thursday. This is Blockapital, a player in real estate investment through tokenization, looking to raise €100 million to buy ASSE via 1 million €100 tokens. “This fundraising is scheduled to last until the end of December 2022 and is intended to allow for the repayment of shares, the repayment of debt, investments in the transfer market, cash, the leadership of the training center and women…” announces the page, which the bloc capital would understand with the desire to act.

The players who left this summer would still be part of the ASSE fortune

But that’s not all. In fact, Poteaux Carrés claims that the US investor based its file on erroneous information… “We could read there that the Saint-Etienne workforce had many assets like Harold Moukoudi worth €10m (and these for €0 left). summer), Adil Aouchiche worth €7m (and leaving this summer for €0), Arnaud Nordin worth €9m (and leaving this summer after contract end), Denis Bouanga worth €12m ( and sold). three times less this summer), Yvan Neyou, worth €7m (and loaned to the last Spanish D2 without OA). These dates are in fact those of the document that ASSE sent to potential investors last year and which would therefore not have been updated. Except that the club has since been relegated to L2. This renders other information obsolete, including the following: “Despite COVID, ASSE sticks to its growth strategy and targets for 2021/22” and “Today, ASSE regularly participates in European competitions”. Which is likely made more difficult by the fact that it’s in L2… and challenging potential investors.



Poteaux Carrés claims the US investor built its file on erroneous information, particularly on active players who left the club. According to our information, these are actually the dates of the document that ASSE sent to potential investors last year…

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