MILAN (AP) — Indonesian businessman Erick Thohir could complete a takeover of Inter Milan this week, according to club president Massimo Moratti.
Thohir has been in talks with Inter for the past few months as he bids to finalize a long-running bid for a controlling stake in the club, and Moratti said Monday that "we could sign this week. It depends on so many little factors."
Moratti has presided over Inter since 1995. Thohir, who is part owner of the Philadelphia 76ers and D.C. United, is reportedly looking for a 75-percent stake for 350 million euros ($463 million).