Murthy assures that Valencia ‘is not for sale’

The president of Valencia, Anil Murthy, highlighted at the entrance of his meeting with the president of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, that he spoke in Singapore with the maximum shareholder of Valencia, Peter Lim, “a few days ago” and that he transmitted that the club “is not for sale.”

Before entering the Palau de la Generalitat, Murthy assured that “there is no indication of a change in position regarding not selling the club”, in a meeting in which together with Puig he will analyze the situation of the Nuevo Mestalla.

Regarding the publications on social networks of the prince of the Sultanate of Johor, Tunku Ismail, has explained that he does not follow the Instagram profile of the prince of Johor, but has maintained that he knows him “very well.”

Asked if the prince of Johor would be in charge of the management of Valencia, Murthy has entered the Palau de la Generalitat and has not made any further statements, at a time when some Valencian fans who were carrying a banner that read ‘Lim go home’ they criticized his management.

Murthy faces this meeting with Ximo Puig after having spent a good part of February in Singapore and after speaking with Lim, in an appointment in which the Strategic Territorial Action of the New Mestalla will be discussed, which expires in May.