London (AFP) – Former Premier League Wigan has fallen into new turmoil, saying offers have been cut by almost 50% after managers cut off negotiations with Spanish bidders.
The 2013 FA Cup winners have been in control since the beginning of July. The 12-point penalty they received for taking office pushed them to League 1. This is the third layer of British football.
They are currently struggling with a mandate location, which is two points from safety.
According to a club statement on Tuesday, managers have closed negotiations with bidders.
“As of 11:00 am today (1100 GMT), the manager has terminated negotiations with Spanish bidders,” a statement on the club’s website said.
The club said reducing offers effectively meant further demotion.
“We received a letter from bidders this weekend that would reduce bids by almost 50%,” the statement said.
“This does not allow non-soccer creditors to pay the required 25 pence in pounds to avoid further sanctions on the club, which deducts 15 points and effectively leaves the club to League Two. I will. “
Wigan, who was demoted from the Premier League in the same year as he won the FA Cup, said he has resumed talks with other stakeholders.
The club was also hit by the coronavirus — two fixtures were discontinued after the camp outbreak.
– Soccer Sports
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