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Reports say the American billionaire is leading a group in exclusive talks to buy Premier League club Bournemouth.

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According to our partners in the UK at Sky SportBournemouth’s current owner Maxim Demin is in “preliminary talks” with a group led by Bill Foley, who owns the NHL’s Vegas Golden Knights.

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Foley, 77, is said to be behind the bid, which aims to gain 100% control of Bournemouth if the takeover is confirmed. The report also says negotiations have been underway since the summer and there is hope that the takeover will be completed by the time the Premier League breaks ahead of the 2022 World Cup in November.

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If the deal goes through, Bournemouth would become the 10th current Premier League team that the Americans own or have a significant stake in.

What could this mean for Bournemouth?

With their return to the Premier League this summer after two seasons in the second tier of English football, it looks like the right time for Demin to cash in.

He bought a stake in Bournemouth in 2015 and helped fund their league promotion as they ended up spending five seasons in the Premier League under Eddie Howe before being relegated on the final day of the 2019-20 season.

Bournemouth manager Scott Parker was sacked last month for making outspoken comments against ownership and the way the club is run, but it is now clear that the lack of spending on new summer deals was due to Demin being close to selling the club.

This could mean Foley will come in and bring in a solid transfer budget to be used in January and beyond. With interim boss Gary O’Neill in charge for some time to come while this deal is closed, it will be intriguing to see where Bournemouth is heading.

Their home stadium, Vitality Stadium, has the smallest capacity (11,364) in the Premier League by some distance and Bournemouth have been looking to expand the stadium or move to a new stadium altogether for years.

The main thing that a potential new ownership will bring is a chance to re-assert the status of a Premier League club.

With the 2022 FIFA World Cup approaching, many World Cup kits are starting to be released and there are some intriguing looks.

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From Mexico’s flashy away kit to Germany looking to give their home kit a solid new look and Puma putting out a very specific and similar look for their national teams, just like they did for their club teams on their away kit. unpack here.

When November rolls around and the World Cup kicks off, which of these shirts will you be proud to wear? And which one will you wear because it looks really cool?

Below is our ranking of released World Cup kits.


2022 FIFA World Cup Kit Rating

1. Mexico

This is a great away kit that will become a classic. Expect these beauties to fly off the shelves and become neutral-loving jerseys as much as El Tri fans. The home kit is also very decent.


2. Portugal

Absolutely sensational work. The home kit is quite unique but still sticks to the bold colors of Portugal, while the away kit is also a classic.


3. Poland

Wow. It’s absolutely beautiful. The away jersey is great, while the home jersey is classic but with intriguing details on the sleeves. Well done.


4. Japan

Well, this is another classic. The Japanese home kit is inspired by anime and its design is bold and recognizable. The away kit is fantastic too, especially the long sleeve version.


5. France

The home and away kits are beautiful, and the colors go great together. Great job.


6. Argentina

Home set is classic. You can’t mix up the blue and white stripes. Again, another great away kit. Purple is perfect and it looks smooth and silky. Very similar to Lionel Messi’s footwork.


7. Brazil

The home kit looks like a classic, and the away kit is also pretty decent, but some may not like the fancy print on the shoulders.


8. England

The blue accents on the home kit look a bit sloppy, but the away kit is a retro beauty.


9. Croatia

They sort of spoiled the classics with a home kit. It’s still cool, but just having a plaid pattern on a home shirt looks weird. The away form is great.


10. Saudi Arabia

There are some pretty cute designs here. They might choose plain white for home and plain green for out, but the eye-catching design works. Especially for away form.


11. Netherlands

Home shirt looks kind of velvety? Not the usual bright orange, which will upset some. The blue away kit is sleek and a real winner.



Source: soccer.nbcsports.com

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