The Football Association has agreed terms for Fulham FC owner Shahid Khan to acquire Wembley Stadium for £600m, subject to board approval.
The governing body of the English game and owner of the stadium announced that it was in negotiations with American businessman and Jacksonville Jaguars owner Khan in April and the pair have now agreed an outline deal.
In order for the deal to progress, the terms have to be approved by the FA’s 10-member board at a meeting taking place today. FA chief executive Martin Glenn and chairman Greg Clarke reportedly want unanimous backing from the board in order to take the proposal forward.
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