Atlético’s majority shareholders Miguel Ángel Gil and Enrique Cerezo have expanded their stake in the club. The managing director and club president have bought all of the shares owned by Fernando García Abásolo, who until Monday was the third largest stockholder and a member of the Atleti board. The fee the duo paid for five
On the 24th of April fans of Atlético Madrid have planned protests against the Gil family and club president Enrique Cerezo, who together own 95 per cent of the club’s shares. Atléticos por el Cambio, which literally translates to ‘Atléticos for Change,’ is the group pushing for the protests.
Atlético president Enrique Cerezo and General Director Miguel Ángel Gil went on the Cadena SER radio programme “El Larguero” yesterday, in a bid to clarify the state of their relationship. Rumours in the Spanish media earlier this week suggested that there was a “complete rupture” between the pair and that they were not on speaking terms.