Mehmet Dalman in advanced talks to buy Charlton Athletic

BY RICHARD CAWLEY

Cardiff City chairman Mehmet Dalman is at advanced stage to buy Charlton Athletic.

The South London Press had been made aware before the League One play-off semi-finals that Dalman was keen on a deal to buy the SE7 outfit.

And Wales Online have reported this afternoon that the wealthy businessman, who was asked to run Cardiff by owner Vincent Tan in 2013, could be set to step down from his role.

The paper claims that Dalman wants to become a chairman-owner in his own right.

He used to own a stake in Manchester United and is a respected figure in the game, enjoying extensive connections in the business world but also within football.

Duchatelet has been looking to sell Charlton for a sustained period of time.

The South London Press has been told that the Belgian wants £33m for the Addicks, who won promotion to the Championship in May, but wants that sum paid in full on completion of a deal.

Dalman, whose background is in investment banking, appears to be a popular figure at Cardiff and persuaded Tan to change the club’s home colours back to blue.

But any deal for Charlton hinges on Duchatelet agreeing a sale package. Sources close to the talks have claimed that the Belgian is both difficult and unpredictable to negotiate with.


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5 thoughts on “Mehmet Dalman in advanced talks to buy Charlton Athletic

  • 12th June 2019 at 4:34 pm
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    I don’t believe it, bring it on at long last.

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    • 12th June 2019 at 9:09 pm
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      Please, oh please, let it be true….

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  • 12th June 2019 at 6:01 pm
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    Please God make it happen , and make the Wembley 4o,pop happy , leeleelee bowyer ! Give the man a proper contract there is no better manager,at this moment in time for Charlton athletic

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  • 13th June 2019 at 9:43 am
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    Not many owners come into a club already acknowledged as a hero. Mr Dalman would be one. All fingers crossed.

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  • 28th January 2020 at 9:41 pm
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    Mr Mehmet Dalman and Cardiff City should pay “Salas Transfer Fee” than polish egos with huge investing elsewhere.

    Charlton Athletic is a respectful club in South London.

    A simple was agreed and Chairman of Cardiff City should honour the agreement and respect Salas Family.

    A family that has experienced one of the devastating experiences mankind could experience experience.

    The Owner of Charlton must be questioning Mr Dalman’s integrity from past experience:

    “The South London Press has been told that the Belgian wants £33m for the Addicks, who won promotion to the Championship in May, but wants that sum paid in full on completion of a deal.“

    Manchester United Shares, Successful this and That, etiquette, humility and respecting mankind, life does not enter Mr Dalman’s makeup 💄

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