The Washington Commanders are going to be sold sooner rather than later.
Owner Dan Snyder is on his way out and looking for the most money possible when he sells his team.
Many thought Snyder would accept the $6 billion offer from Josh Harris’ ownership group.
But, it appears that is no longer the case.
According to Charles Gasparino, Snyder has questions surrounding Harris’ bid and is looking for another.
As I reported on @FoxBusiness, @NFL sources say there were questions surrounding the "fully funded" Josh Harris $6 billion bid for @Commanders, which is why Snyder is looking for another bid (aka @JeffBezos) to hit his bogey, I am told. https://t.co/75397DGoNa via @FOS
— Charles Gasparino (@CGasparino) April 11, 2023
While $6 billion was thought to be the asking price for Snyder, it appears he is looking for more.
Another businessman that could be interested in the team is Jeff Bezos of Amazon.
He has the funds to purchase the team, and could even offer over $6 billion.
The NFL has been hoping Snyder would sell the team for some time now.
He is under a few different open investigations and it is not known what the penalty might be for those.
It will be interesting to see if/when a deal can get done, and how much money will be involved.
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