Principle, he would not be opposed to Nike taking over Umbro, but that should not be read as meaning he will definitely accept the offer, a spokesperson for Sports Direct said, confirming comments made earlier by Ashley.The news lifted Umbro shares as much as almost 17 percent to 173.25p, still below Nike 193.06p per share offer. Umbro shares closed up 10.4 percent at 164p.Ashley, who owns a 29 percent stake in Umbro, has been concerned that Nike will put pricing pressure on retailers including his SportsWorld chain if it secures the maker of the England soccer kit, but competition rules would make it tough for Sports Direct to acquire Umbro. Nike, the world largest maker of athletic shoes and clothing, agreed to buy Umbro in October.Umbro supplies the national soccer teams of Ireland, Sweden and Norway, six FA Premier League teams and more than 100 other professional teams globally, as well as England.For a story on Sports Direct earnings, click on [ID:nL19334552].
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Get daily updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!The Paradise Papers, which have been released today, have exposed the tax secrets of the wealthiest people in the world, including the Queen and members of Donald Trump’s cabinet.More than 13.4 million leaked files show the offshore activities of the most powerful people and companies on the planet, and how they protect their wealth.The files, which came from offshore law firms and company registries have been investigated by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists after they were obtained by the German newspaper S Zeitung.Donald Trump’s former campaign chairman charged with conspiracy against the USAThe findings are set to be published over the coming days but some details have already been revealed.According to The Guardian, which has had access to the files, the project contains information about the Queen, suggesting millions of pounds from her private estate has been invested in funds in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, as well as some of her money going to a retailer accused of exploiting poor families and vulnerable people.The payments have been placed in accounts by the Duchy of Lancaster, which handles the Queen’s investments.Around of the Queen’s private cash is said to have been tied up in offshore portfolios, the BBC reported.There is nothing to suggest that the investments are illegal, the report added, but they could raise questions as to whether the monarch should be investing money offshore.According to The Guardian, the papers also reveal:A offshore trust that has sheltered Lord Ashcroft’s wealth. Two billionaires, Alisher Usmanov and Farhad Moshiri, used offshore tax havens to buy stakes in Arsenal and Everton football clubs. Billions in tax refunds by the Isle of Man and Malta to private jet and superyacht owners.