Salford owner Marwan Koukash is reportedly in talks with two NRL clubs, with a view to take charge of one in the near future.
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Salford Red Devils owner Marwan Koukash insists there would be no problems if he was to take over an NRL franchise in addition to the Super League club.
Sky Sports UK report the self-made billionaire is in talks with two NRL clubs, with a view to take charge of one of them soon.
Koukash has previously been linked with the Newcastle Knights following the departure of mining magnate Nathan Tinkler.
The 55-year-old assured Salford fans that there would be no conflict of interest should be he complete the takeover of an Australian club.
“Why should there be any problems with me owning two clubs? I cannot see any – no one has objected and I see many advantages,” Koukash told the Manchester Evening News.
“It is obviously going to involve a great deal of travel but I remain totally committed to Salford. There are no issues and no problems. I also feel there could be an international brand to sell from this.
“I just want the best deal for me and for Salford and this remains on-going. I can confirm that a lot of things still need to be done before anything is finalised.”