Salernitana have set a 30th September deadline for any offers to purchase the club.

As announced in an official statement yesterday, the Campania-based club must find a new owner by 31st December, as agreed with the Italian Football Federation in order to allow their registration to Serie A.

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Salernitana was owned by Lazio president Claudio Lotito and his brother-in-law Marco Mezzaroma. However, as he was not allowed to own two clubs in the same division, he handed over power of the club to a board of trustees, who are now overseeing the sale of the team.

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The newly-promoted side will listen to offers until 30th September, the deadline they have set. Should multiple offers arrive by this deadline, a private bidding procedure will take place, with the highest offer received setting the base price with a minimum raise of around 3%. 

Salernitana have had a poor start to the season, losing four of their five opening games and drawing their most recent match against Hellas Verona 2-2.