The Lenkov brothers exclusive negotiating window with the CFL in regards to purchasing the Montreal Alouettes has apparently ended.
I believe brothers Jeffrey and Peter Lenkov no longer are in the equation as potential owners of #AlsMTL. Meanwhile, #CFL commissioner @RandyAmbrosie will be in Montreal Friday. Could he possibly be meeting Eric Lapointe, along with attending that night's game?
— Herb Zurkowsky (@HerbZurkowsky1) August 1, 2019
Peter is a 55-year-old writer and producer. He studied film at Concordia University in Montreal. Jeffrey, who is 53 years old, is a lawyer based in California. The younger brother went to McGill University.
The CFL officially purchased the Alouettes from the Wetenhall’s in late May. The league and Wetenhall family had been working for several months to identify and assess potential new owners and that process is ongoing with Randy Ambrosie leading the way.
The Lenkov brothers were in Edmonton for the Als’ Week 1 game versus the Eskimos and travelled to Montreal for their Week 6 win. Jeffrey was congratulating players in the locker room after the game.
The Lenkov’s were being courted by Ambrosie, but he’ll have to find new possible owners now.