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DFL ‘hires Deutsche Bank’ to aid media rights equity sale talks

Thomas Mueller of Bayern Munich (C) celebrates after scoring during Bundesliga match against VfL Wolfsburg (by Markus Gilliar - GES Sportfoto/Getty Images)

The German Football League (DFL), organising body of the top two divisions of the domestic game, is reported to have engaged financial services group Deutsche Bank to lead the potential sale of a stake in future broadcast rights to private equity firms.

Bloomberg, citing people familiar with the matter, said Deutsche Bank would work alongside Japan’s Nomura Holdings, a long-standing adviser to the DFL, in the venture.

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