Blackburn Rovers in ongoing talks with Ahsan Ali Syed
Tue 17th Aug 2010 | Clubs Ownership
Blackburn Rovers say they have held a "cordial and productive meeting" with Indian businessman Ahsan Ali Syed's company over a proposed takeover.
Bahrain-based Syed, owner of Western Gulf Advisory, confirmed on Monday he was keen to buy the Lancashire club.
He said he could give manager Sam Allardyce a transfer kitty of £100m.
Blackburn have confirmed the talks are continuing after Syed had voiced plans to complete his takeover of the Premier League club within two weeks.
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