OWNER Thomas Sandgaard will stay at Charlton if a US takeover collapses.
Marc Spiegel’s bid to buy the League One club is running into snags.
But Sandgaard’s advisers suggest a small investment could help the club.
Spiegel and his consortium had hoped to complete a takeover this week, but talks have stalled.
Their exclusivity period with Sandgaard – which was signed in February – has also expired.
American businessman Spiegel recently revealed his ambition for Charlton.
Read More on Football
Ten Hag tells Man Utd ‘get me a striker’ with Kane top of 5-man shortlist
Get money back up to £40 if your first bet loses PLUS £10 casino bonus with Unibet
As quoted by Bloomberg, he said: "Our ambitions are more than just purchasing a club.
"We want to elevate the club – expose it to a new audience and win on the pitch."
If an adequate takeover offer is made, Sandgaard – who purchased Charlton in September 2020 – could decide to relinquish all control of the club.
The Addicks currently sit 10th in League One.
Most read in EFL
Rashford saved one of world’s sexiest footballers from mob of blokes
BGT fans sick over ‘most dangerous and disgusting’ act in the show’s history
Inside Prince Harry's whistlestop coronation visit to UK
I'm sure Rachel Stevens had fling behind my back, says her ex Jeremy Edwards
FREE BETS AND SIGN UP DEALS – BEST NEW CUSTOMER OFFERS
And fans have put the club's mediocre season down to Sandgaard's poor ownership.
Charlton earned a 3-2 win over Port Vale on Saturday.
Source: Read Full Article