Charlton just one part of network, says Roland Duchatelet
Charlton Athletic owner Roland Duchatelet tells BBC Late Kick Off London and the South East that the Addicks will remain "a club in its own right" despite now being a part of a network of six teams across Europe.
The 67-year-old Belgian, who took over the Championship club in January, has links to clubs in Belgium, Hungary, Germany and Spain.
However, Duchatelet says Charlton's best players could be sold to Belgian side Standard Liege in the future.
Reporter Chris Slegg also speaks to Standard Liege sports manager Jean-Francois de Sart, who says one of the objectives of Duchatelet's network is to share players.