Fulham owner Shahid Khan is believed to be happy to talk with with FA Council members as he looks to complete his purchase of Wembley. The Cottagers owner, who has reiterated his commitment to the Premier League outfit this week, is eager to speak to FA Council members about any concerns they may have about his proposed £600million purchase of the national stadium.
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FA chief Martin Glenn gave a presentation to the FA Council on Thursday ahead of the upcoming vote on October 24, which will decide if the stadium is to be sold to Khan.
If the deal goes through for the Fulham chief, then the FA plan to reinvest the £600m into grassroots football after paying off money owed to the government, the mayor of London’s office and Sport England.