Libyan nominated for seat on Juventus board

According to USA Today, “Libyan Arab Foreign Investment Company representative Khaled Fareg Zentuti has been nominated for a seat on Juventus’ board of directors.

LAFICO owns a 7.5 percent stake in Juventus, which is publicly traded, and had a seat on the board until 2003 when Al Saadi Gadhafi, the son of the Libyan leader, withdrew to play for Serie A rival Perugia.

LAFICO has the second biggest stake in Juventus, with the Agnelli family’s holding company EXOR SpA retaining a majority 60 percent. Zentuti is expected to join the board at the next assembly on Oct. 27.”

read more: USA Today



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