Sale of Wembley Stadium will be put out to other bidders as FA seeks higher price than the £600m offered by Fulham owner Shahid Khan

Mail Online | 6/12/2018 | Alexander Robertson For Mailonline
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Wembley Stadium is to be put out to tender in a bid to encourage bigger bids than the £600million offered by the owner of Fulham.

The FA is understood to have at least three other buyers interested in England's national stadium, with billionaire Shahid Khan still in the driver's seat.

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However FA bosses are keen for potential suitors to know that the sale with Mr Khan is not a 'done deal'.

A higher selling price on Wembley could see even more money invested into grassroots football and pay for improvements to facilities throughout England.

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According to the Evening Standard, FA adviser and investment bank NM Rothschild has been instructed to 'actively make it clear we are open to offers'.

The newspaper added that Mr Khan's original offer for Wembley was £200million, but he was convinced to bid higher due to its earning potential through a NFL deal.

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