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Lega Serie A returns to Lazard to aid investor search

Piotr Zielinski of SSC Napoli competes for the ball with Alessandro Bastoni and Joaquín Correa of Internazionale. (by MB Media/Getty Images)

Lega Serie A, organising body of the top division of Italian club football, has reappointed financial services group Lazard to act in an advisory capacity as it seeks out an investor in its media business.

The appointment was made yesterday (Wednesday) at a Lega assembly meeting, with unanimous approval. Fifteen of Serie A’s 20 clubs backed the move, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport, with five, including the likes of Napoli, AC Milan and Fiorentina, having left the meeting before the vote was taken.

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