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Red Bull reportedly looking to invest in Danish club Brondby

Top flight club Brondby are reportedly a target for the energy drink company and, as usual, controversy reigns.

The sight of two red bulls, heads down, charging towards a centrally-positioned football has become a familiar sight in Europe in recent years.

Before those two, the club had also turned New York MetroStars in to New York Red Bulls and kept very much on brand with the formation of Sao Paulo's Red Bull Brasil. Next up, reportedly, is Red Bull Brondby or perhaps Brondby Red Bulls.

The Austrian company, who also invest heavily in extreme sports promotion and own a Formula One team, are reportedly looking at the Danish Superliga club as their next investment. The 10-time Danish champions are based on the western fringes of Copenhagen and were the first club from the country to reach a European semifinal but they haven't won a league title since 2005.

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