ARSENAL legend Dennis Bergkamp has joined forces with former Manchester United star Henrik Larsson, ex-Everton boss Ronald Koeman and Liverpool hero Dirk Kuyt to try and buy an English club.
Derby County boss Phillip Cocu is also involved with the star-studded consortium that wants to buy the unnamed club – after missing out on a takeover of another club last year.
Bergkamp and Co tried to buy League One side Wycombe Wanderers last year, but this could not get off the ground.
With clubs struggling due to the coronavirus lockdown, it is believed to be a great time to snap up an English club on the cheap.
Dutch super-agent Rob Jansen, an executive at global marketing giants Wasserman Media Group, is the brains behind the takeover, according to the Mirror.
Wasserman is the second largest sports agency in the world, worth an estimated £3.2billion.
Jansen said: “We are in the waiting room, as we call it. In this crisis, the asking price of some clubs will be lowered.
“At the same time the internal struggles at these clubs will get bigger.”