According to The New York Post, Jennifer Lopez and her husband, Alex Rodriguez, a former US baseball star, are teaming up with JPMorgan Chase bank in an effort to buy the New York Mets for more than $ 2 billion.
The acquisition of the New York Mets team if successful, according to The New York Post, Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez will also become the “queen” and the new “king” in American sports.
Jennifer Lopez now owns an estimated fortune of more than $ 400 million, while her husband, Alex Rodriguez also has a similar fortune (more than $ 350 million) after playing for famous baseball teams like New. York Yankees, Texas Rangers, and Seattle Mariners from 1994 to 2016.
The couple Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez have been dating since February 2017 and engaged in March 2019. They planned to hold a lavish wedding recently but had to postpone it because of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Earlier this May, the couple and their investors approached the board of the New York Mets team with an offer to buy the team, but were rejected.
However, the deal was recently resumed after business owners Fred and Jeff Wilpon, the owners of the baseball team, began to “inflict” financial losses because the postponed season caused great damage, and The team is also falling into a spiral of debt.
Therefore, the owners of the New York Mets are planning to sell the team. Jennifer Lopez and her husband and investors decided to “pump” hundreds of millions of dollars into a deal jointly supported by JPMorgan Chase bank to soon complete the acquisition of a baseball team valued at more than $ 2 billion.
Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez will spend huge sums of money on the New York Mets deal and will be the new owners, alongside investors backing them.
The pair Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez, if running the New York Mets baseball team, will also create a new trend between entertainment and sports.
In particular, Alex Rodriguez is too knowledgeable about baseball with more than 22 years of experience in the MLB career, and Jennifer Lopez with a reputation in the music and entertainment industry, more than enough to drag fans to the field.