Derby boss tackles questions on potential buyers, EFL appeal and Ashley
Wayne Rooney has no doubts the administrators will find a buyer for Derby County.
The club went into administration three weeks ago when Andrew Hosking and Carl Jackson of business advisory firm Quantuma were appointed joint administrators.
There are several parties interested in buying the club, and reports suggest the number of signed non-disclosure agreements has risen from four to seven.
American private investment firm Carlisle Capital are reportedly one of them, while former Rams chairman Andy Appleby is another who has been credited with interest in the club.
Former Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley, former Ipswich Town owner Marcus Evans and Azerbaijani businessman Nasib Piriyev, who fronts investment vehicle PAI Capital, were also linked with the Rams at the weekend, although the administrators says there has been no contact …
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