Jaguars owner Shad Khan is apparently taking his commitment to the London market seriously.
According to the Daily Mail, Khan is in talks to purchase the English Premier League soccer club Fulham, a transaction which could cost him more than $200 million.
The report says Khan could complete the deal by the end of this week for the soccer team, which would make him the third NFL owner to own a team in England’s top division (along with the Glazers of Tampa Bay, who own Manchester United, and Rams owner Stan Kroenke, who owns Arsenal).
The Jaguars have already worked to create a presence in London, playing a game a year at Wembley Stadium for the next four seasons.
If the sale goes through, they can set up shop at Craven Cottage (the quaint stadium with the Michael Jackson statue out front — it’s complicated) while they’re there.
By the way, did we mention that NBCSN is the new home of the Premier League on American television? We should do that now. And you should watch.