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Ligue 1 stages US games to attract new investors and bridge gap to Serie A and the Bundesliga

Joseph DaGrosa has sold his stake in Girondins de Bordeaux (Credit: Getty Images)

As France's Ligue 1 is staging a four-team tournament in Washington DC this week, Bob Williams looks at how it aims to expand its reach into the US and improve overseas media-rights income.

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