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.
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.
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.