The owners of Malaga have said the club is not for sale and vowed to continue moving forward with stability the order of the day.
It had been speculated that Sheikh Abdullah Bin Nasser Al Thani was willing to sell up but after a two-hour meeting, the owners confirmed their commitment.
“We won’t sell Malaga. We will continue with the project and we are very excited. Malaga fans, you are most important,” Sheikh Al Thani’s son, Abdullah Al Thani, commented via Twitter.
A statement on the club’s website vowed to ‘write the club’s history in big capital letters.’
“With Vice President, Sheikh Nasser Al Thani in front, once the offers to acquire the club were ruled out, Malaga will now begin a period of stability, with a strong commitment of continuity from the owners,” the statement said.
“With a hard-working team and the common purpose to achieve bigger sporting successes, the club will maintain a competitive squad aiming to make Malaga bigger than ever.
“The club, which continues to collaborate with Daniel Pastor, as the only member of the commission monitoring and controlling Malaga, will continue with the established payment plan both with regards to the bankruptcy process and the creditors.
“The Martiricos outfit will also continue working to find different ways to generate higher revenue for the club and strengthen the membership campaign for 'Malaguista' fans to continue to accompany their team for another season.”