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BMW to pay €800m and replace Audi as Bayern shareholder

A report in Manager Magazin clam that Bayern are going to have a brand new shareholder/sponsor quickly. German automaker BMW are set to purchase out Audi and enter right into a partnership Bayern by 2025 on the newest.

Currently, Audi owns 8.33% of the Munich-based membership, with one other 16.67% spit evenly between monetary providers big Allianz and German kit-maker Adidas. The remaining 75% of the shares belong to the membership members, consistent with the Bundesliga’s 50+1 rule.

According to the report, Bayern Supervisory Board member Edmund Stoiber already confirmed that the 2 events had signed a letter of intent the 12 months earlier than. The €800m paid by BMW will serve to purchase out Audi’s stake within the membership, in addition to sponsorship over the interval remaining on Audi’s contract. Currently, Audi has a automobile sponsorship settlement with Bayern that runs until 2025.

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