Pop star Robbie Williams has bought a stake in the English 3rd Division club Port Vale, according to a Reuters report.
Port Vale chairman Bill Bratt said he welcomed the investment, the size of which has not been disclosed.
He added: "I'm extremely pleased and excited that Robbie has invested in the club. It clearly shows that he cares about Port Vale FC and its future.
This is clearly the way Galatasaray could get out of the financial blackhole it is in. All they need to do is have a word with Tarkan and the club could be back on its feet.
The only problem would be convincing Tarkan that his money wouldn't be wasted like the millions the directors have been wasting in recent years.
Somehow I doubt that the folloing line from Mr. Bratt would be uttered by the Galatasaray board.
"It's now up to the board and all at Port Vale FC to ensure his investment is used wisely in helping to secure the future at the club."