Newspaper: Eurotunnel has four buyers for MyFerryLink

According to CEO Jacques Gounon, Eurotunnel has received four offers from buyers looking to purchase the contentious ferry carrier MyFerryLink, which the British authorities demand shut down by July 9th, reports The Guardian.

Four buyers have shown interest in acquiring MyFerryLink, including the three ferries that since being deployed on the English Channel have represented a thorn in the paw of the two competing carriers on the crossing between Dover and Calais, DFDS and P&O Ferries, according to British newspaper The Guardian.

The newspaper received comments from the executive officer at Eurotunnel, Jacques Gounon, concerning the sticky situation that has MyFerryLink now sailing the Channel on borrowed time.

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