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Currently in discussion with four possible shareholders supposed to take over the shares of Pathé and IDG Capital, Jean-Michel Aulas (73) hopes to conclude this file by June 23.
If he has already announced that he will still be the president of the club next season and for a few more years, the former boss of Cegid – who celebrated his 35 years at the head of OL – is indeed thinking retired. A retirement he had already mentioned last April after the incidents between the Bad Gones and Karl Toko-Ekambi.
JMA increasingly considers retirement with family
In an interview with Téléfoot this Sunday, Jean-Michel Aulas spoke of his succession. A moment when he “thinks” more and more:
“It would be absolutely not rational at 73 not to imagine it. I also tell myself that there is a family behind it, there are people I love to whom I also owe it to myself to be closer to them, so in the future you have to be ready to pass the hand on the day when things are going to be done”.
Already 35 years at the head of OL for @JM_Aulas
He addressed himself to @jordanollivier on his journey and his future ⬇️https://t.co/aLaQzyWvbH
— Telefoot (@telefoot_TF1) June 19, 2022