Dimayor, the organisation which operates Colombian club football, has agreed a deal with US investment fund Prudent Corporate Finance for international rights to the country’s top two divisions, according to multiple reports.
The Antena 2 website said PCF has agreed a 10-year deal for the rights to Categoría Primera A and Categoría Primera B worth $50m (€44.6m).
Jorge Enrique Vélez, Dimayor’s chief executive, will reportedly disclose further details of the agreement today (Monday) following a meeting of the organisation’s marketing committee. This is made up of executives from the following clubs: Millonarios, Jaguares, Unión Magdalena, Cortuluá, Rionegro, Junior and Cartagena.
Pay-television broadcaster Win Sports holds domestic rights to the leagues.