Buffalo Sabres Owners Hires High Profile Banker to Head Potential Bills Bid

By iSportconnect | July 3, 2014

The owners of the NHL’s Buffalo Sabres have appointed a high-profile investment banker to run their potential bid for the NFL franchise, cialis the Buffalo Bills.

Owners Terry (pictured) and Kim Pegula have made the move to get Steve Greenberg of Allen & Co., who are often involved in the sales of sports teams, according to reports on the ESPN NFL website.

The Pegula family has not confirmed whether they will even make a bid for the NFL team, which is up for sale after owner and founder Ralp Wilson died in March.

Their potential bid was reported by the Associated Press, after documents were allegedly sent to potential buyers from a law firm representing Wilson’s estate.

Greenberg has been involved in purchases of the San Diego Padres, Milwaukee Bucks and Houston Astros.

The Bills were last valued by Forbes at $870m but the sale price could be far higher because of the rarity of NFL teams going on the market.