- Dan Snyder is toying with the idea of selling the Washington Commanders.
- According to Forbes, the 57-year-old has hired Bank of America to explore a potential sale.
- Here’s who is reported to be interested in buying the team.
Washington Commanders owner Dan Snyder is exploring the idea of selling the franchise.
According to a report from Forbes published in early November, the 57-year-old has hired Bank of America to explore a potential sale and has had “at least four calls from groups interested in buying the team.”
The Commanders have since confirmed the news, releasing a statement stating that they were exploring “potential transactions.”
Front Office Sports reports that a full sale of the team could fetch up to $7 billion – a price tag that limits the pool of potential buyers to only the world’s wealthiest people.
Here are those who have been reported to be interested.