Vinicio Fioranelli has been in the news recently, as he is representing a Swiss-German conglomerate interested in purchasing AS Roma. The situation may be arriving at a pivotal point as the potential buyers have everything in order.
According to Sky, Fioranelli has officially submitted the offer to buy the club. The offer will be announced at the close of today's stock exchange.
The Giallorossi are currently owned by the Sensi family, with Rosella Sensi acting in the role of president. On a number of occasions, she has indicated that the family do not intend to sell the club.
Roma have endured a disappointing season, missing out on Champions League qualification for next season.
The bid is rumoured to be in the area of €283 million. Fioranelli had previously stated he was confident that a deal could be made in the near future.
Adam Scime, Goal.com