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MAR 18, 2023 (9:44)
Ryan Reynolds sells company for 1 billion dollars, appears close to purchasing Ottawa Senators
The NHL hasn't hidden their interest in adding Reynolds to an ownership group. Reportedly going as far as to ask bidders if they'd be willing to fit Reynolds into their ownership group. It's clear the NHL views Reynolds as the perfect high profile owner to draw additional interest to the game.
When initial reports leaked the expected value of the Senators was expected to be around $700,000,000 but now the league reports offers are nearing the $1,000,000,000 rang. Clearly great news for the league.
This week Reynolds and his partner a took a surprising step selling their company, Mint Mobile to T-Mobile. The deal will pay Reynolds group over $1,300,000,000 and will see Reynolds himself net $100,000,000.
This deal gives Reynolds the full share he'd require to purchase his portion of the Senators. With the league pushing in Reynolds direction it's likely only a matter of time before Reynolds gets his wish.
Given what Reynolds has done with Wrexham FC, it's likely he's exactly what the Senators need.
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