The former owner of Leganés, who could have bought the rights to the club that the Mexican had, wants to land with the approval of Ramos
Felipe Moreno could be very close to landing at Real Murcia. It would only be necessary to know if he would do it with the help and approval of the current Board of Directors of the club and its large shareholders, or on the contrary he would be forced to do it by pulling the courts. And it is that the former owner of Leganés, who could have acquired the rights to the centenary entity that were in the hands of García de la Vega, would have the option to do so waiting for the Justice to finish agreeing with the Mexican manager in his fight for recover 84% of the grana entity that acquired Raúl Moro in 2017.
According to sources close to the grana entity, Felipe Moreno himself, after an understanding with De la Vega, would have already taken the second step seeking negotiation and collusion with the current grana managers. A contact that occurred through a call from the Madrid businessman to Agustín Ramos, current maximum shareholder of the entity. In it, the former owner of Leganés was receptive to agreeing on his arrival in a consensual manner with the current Board and the club’s top shareholders, and also silently, without his name appearing publicly.
It should be remembered that Moreno and Ramos have already known each other since García de la Vega was accompanied by the former in a meeting that the Mexican had with the latter a few months ago at the Odiseo premises, located in Murcia.
The negotiation lies in how the club can make Moreno the maximum shareholder in Grana without having to go to court
As LAVERDAD has learned, the next few days will be key to determining the terms of this possible three-way agreement, provided that the negotiations come to fruition. The best thing for the grana entity and its stability seems to be an agreement between the current managers of the entity and Felipe Moreno so that he disembarks through a future capital increase tailored to his needs in which he can contribute several million to the club’s economy and that at the same time places it as the largest grana shareholder, respecting what the shareholders contributed in the last three increases. This situation would imply that Moreno withdraw, or at least promise to do so with a letter of intent, the existing demands for the ownership of the club and that currently, and in the absence of the Supreme Court ruling, grant a clear advantage to De la Vega.
A great social pact
In this way Moreno, who would bet on anonymity, would convince the social mass of Real Murcia by solving a problem that lasts four years and without the need to knock down the three capital increases in question that in the years 2018, 2019 and 2021 They saved the centennial club from virtual disappearance and allowed Real Murcia to have, despite not being in professional football, more than thirty thousand shareholders spread around the world. A period in which he went from having 50 million debt to 31.
Ramos, current president, could continue in office and be in the same boat as the former owner of Leganés, who does not intend to appear publicly
If Moreno and the current Grana Council finally reach an agreement, Agustín Ramos could continue to have an important role at the head of society since Moreno does not want to appear. The businessman from Abarán has been key since June 2021, giving economic stability to a society that came out touched by the pandemic and in which he has covered the payments and the cost of a season. That Ramos, who always assured that it would not be an obstacle if a large investor arrived, continues to lead the club is a real option after spending more than one and a half million euros at Real Murcia; 600,000 of them in social capital, another 700,000 with participating loans and the rest through guarantees and policies.
The arrival of Felipe Moreno, with successful experiences in professional football, is a train that Real Murcia should not let escape eight years after the administrative descent and after a few convulsive years in which the grana entity was in the news more because of its institutional instability than for sporting achievements.
Moreno, despite Alfonso García’s lukewarm attempts to land in the entity, seems the first investor with enough solvency to fix all the financial problems of the grana entity and also an ideal candidate, due to his experience in Leganés, to return to the Real Murcia to professional football.
It should be remembered that Moreno directed Leganés for thirteen years, a club that he acquired in Second B with serious financial problems. After being promoted to Second in 2014, he took it to First in 2016, and also reached a Cup semifinal in 2018.
The ‘tornel road’
If Ramos and his group of advisers and directors did not reach an agreement that would allow Felipe Moreno to enter for good, the Madrid businessman would have other options. The first, negotiate with Francisco Tornel, K-Business, Enrique Roca and other large shareholders the possibility of landing in the club’s shareholding and acquiring a majority percentage of shares to control the Board of Directors without having to wait for the Justice rule in your favor. He only has to gather enough support to provoke a Shareholders’ Meeting in which to take control of the club. It should be remembered that if Moreno decided to wait for the war for society to be resolved judicially, he would hold 84% of the shares that De la Vega bought from Raúl Moro in 2017, although the entire judicial process could take up to a dozen years.
De la Vega and Ramos already took the photo that would stage the agreement
The photo of the possible agreement that would give institutional stability to the centennial entity and that would end the judicial war over the ownership of the club is already done, although Felipe Moreno will not appear in it, who for the moment will remain on the sidelines. This will come to light in the event that the negotiations are successfully completed by the parties involved and its protagonists will be García de la Vega and Ramos, who would appear on behalf of the centennial entity. Both gave a preventive handshake last week in the presidential office of the Enrique Roca stadium since the Mexican manager planned to travel outside of Spain shortly after and the snapshot could no longer be made.
The first public communication in this regard will reflect the agreement between the Mexican manager and Real Murcia and will not go further. Felipe Moreno, who has also been linked to the ownership of Cartagena, does not intend, for now, to appear in the first line of fire in Grana.
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