The Italian investment group Exor, will invest up to EUR 100 million, invest in Italy's first division Juventus Turin to raise them again in Europe's elite.
Turin (SID) - the Italian investment group Exor controlled including the Fiat car group, will invest up to 100 million euros again heave Italian soccer champion Juventus of Turin in the circle of top European clubs. Juve President Andrea Agnelli and Exor Chairman John Elkann advised on a development plan by 2014.
"We have designed a super plan for Juve", Elkann said on Saturday. It should be invested heavily in the purchase of new stars.
Possible new stars at the Schwarz-Wei?en, the Argentine striker of Atletico Madrid, Sergio Aguero, son-in-law in PES of football icon Diego Maradona is dello Sport according to the Italian sports daily Gazzetta. Also 27 year-old Argentinian Carlos Tevez, who kicks for Manchester City, playing on the wish list of the Piedmontese Association, who had won his last title in 2003.