Egyptian businessman invests $ 120 m in Ghana

British press reports said today, Wednesday, that an Egyptian businessman Mohamed Mansour decided to invest in the field of sports by controlling the “Right to Dream” Academy in Ghana.

Mansour decided to establish “MAN SPORTS” to work in the field of sports, with his son Lotfi taking charge of this company, according to the BBC.

According to the British BBC, Mansour decided to establish “MAN SPORTS”, provided that he would establish an academy in Egypt and strengthen the academy’s activity in Ghana and also in the Danish club FC Nordjeland.

The group is also keen to boost the business in Britain, but by purchasing a club in London that is outside the Premier League clubs.

The “MAN SPORTS” group will build an academy for men and women in Egypt during this year, provided that youngsters will be received starting next year.

According to the BBC, Muhammad Mansour achieved profits in 2018 that exceeded $ 7.5 billion, as he works in many fields such as cars, energy, food and finance.

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