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Possible new Derby owner Chris Kirchner will attend their home clash against Blackburn.

Possible new Derby owner Chris Kirchner will attend their home clash against Blackburn following talks on the proposed £ 50 million takeover, with Rams boss Wayne Rooney positive about the ‘really good ideas’ of the American businessman.

  • Derby County Crisis Club was administered in September
  • Move meant the Rams had 12 championship points deducted for this season
  • Chris Kirchner appears to be a favorite in acquisition talks at Pride Park
  • Despite meetings with club administrators, you are not the only interested buyer


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The possible new owner of the Derby, Chris Kirchner, will attend the Rams’ home game against Blackburn on Saturday as he intends to buy the club.

Kirchner, an American businessman, has held talks with the club’s administrators and met manager Wayne Rooney at last week’s meeting with Luton in Pride Park, with the Derby asking price of around £ 50 million.

The 34-year-old has already reached out to fan groups to try to secure endorsement, though manager Andrew Hosking says Kirchner’s is not the only serious expression of interest.

American businessman Chris Kirchner has announced his intention to buy the championship club Derby

American businessman Chris Kirchner has announced his intention to buy the championship club Derby

The American wants to rebuild the Rams and save the club from its financial crisis

The American wants to rebuild the Rams and save the club from its financial crisis

The American wants to rebuild the Rams and save the club from its financial crisis

Hosking said: ‘He certainly is one of the credible businessmen. You are fully funded and have submitted a proper written offer, making you in the top two or three [potential buyers].

It does not mean that this is all. My job is to make sure we have the best potential person to come out of the administration that is acceptable to the EFL, acceptable to the fans, and also delivers the return that we believe we can deliver to the various stakeholders that are currently owed. money.

“I have some really good people around me at this club, this guy is really excited, he knows his onions and the advisers he had were very excited,” he told talkSPORT.

Rooney has also offered a cautious endorsement of Kirchner. He said: “I spent a bit of time with him, so he has some really good ideas and as long as everything is good for the club, I can see that it is something really positive.”

Manager Wayne Rooney was cautiously optimistic after meeting potential new owner Kirchner

Manager Wayne Rooney was cautiously optimistic after meeting potential new owner Kirchner

Manager Wayne Rooney was cautiously optimistic after meeting potential new owner Kirchner

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