8 Information about “Kashashi” … the Egyptian who wants to buy...

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Wednesday 28 October 2020

Books – Ibrahim Ali

The British “Mirror” newspaper revealed that an Egyptian businessman named Muhammad Al-Kashashi is preparing to buy Burnley FC.

The English newspaper said that Mohamed El Kashashi, an Egyptian businessman, is seeking to buy Burnley Club during the coming period with an amount of 200 million pounds.

During the following report, we present to you the most important information about Muhammad Al-Kashachi:

Mohamed El-Kashashi, an Egyptian businessman, is 41 years old.

Al-Kashachi did not appear in the media much, as his last interview was in 2014 with the thenationalnews newspaper.

According to information circulating about him during that time, Kashashi was the founder of Think Food, a food company.

Al-Kashashi founded Think Food in 2011.

The company operates seven restaurants in the UAE and wanted to acquire two more before the end of 2014.

Al-Kashashi held a number of senior positions in companies such as Coca-Cola, Procter and Gamble, McKinsey, and positions in the government.

Al-Kashashi said in his interview that he would rather live in Dubai than live in London or New York.

The businessman pointed out that his family is the most important thing in his life, as his family lives in three different cities, which are Cairo, Geneva and London.

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