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Linklaters advises Man Capital LLP on its soccer partnership with Right To Dream

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Linklaters has suggested Man Capital LLP, the UK-based funding arm of the Egyptian Mansour Group, on its funding in and partnership with Right To Dream, the worldwide opportunity-creating ecosystem of soccer academies, skilled soccer golf equipment and partnering schools and universities, based by visionary British social entrepreneur Tom Vernon.

The partnership will give attention to the institution of a Right To Dream academy in Egypt, and furthering the actions of the Right To Dream academy in Ghana, the FC Nordsjælland membership and academy in Denmark, exploring UK possibilities at membership and academy degree, and increasing ladies’s and woman’s programmes throughout the organisation.

Carlton Evans, companion at Linklaters commented:

“Our sports sector team is delighted to have advised on this high-profile partnership in the sports sector that will help to expand Right To Dream’s inspiring work around the world. Congratulations to all those involved on this exciting deal.”

The Linklaters crew was led by Carlton Evans (Partner, Private Equity) together with Ben Suen (Managing Associate, Private Equity) and Matt Taylor (Associate, Private Equity). The transaction was a cross follow effort together with substantial help from Natalie Ellerby (Counsel, Intellectual Property), Jennifer Au (Associate, Intellectual Property), Rhian Parker (Counsel, Tax) and Wilson Hill (Associate, Tax).

Our international, cross-practice sports activities sector crew combines an actual ardour and understanding of the sector and its particular necessities and pressures (together with became greater regulatory scrutiny) with distinctive multi-jurisdictional experience throughout all areas of company/M&A, finance and banking, capital markets and fairness financing, business, expertise and media, disaster administration, knowledge safety, IP, dispute decision, regulatory and compliance investigations, actual property, restructuring and insolvency, anti-trust, employment and tax issues.

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