By  on March 22, 2019

MILAN — The sale of the Roberto Cavalli company is becoming “increasingly complicated,” according to a source, who believes Philipp Plein is no longer in the running to take control of the troubled brand. As reported, the German designer was said to be particularly keen on buying Cavalli, but sources say negotiations could have hit a snag over price and industrial strategies. To be sure, as reported, unions have voiced their concern about the future of the company’s workers and the production sites in Sesto Fiorentino, outside Florence, and Milan.

Reached on Friday, Mirko Zacchei, member of trade union CISL, said the unions have “requested an urgent meeting” with the Tuscan region’s crisis unit and principal members of the political world in the area to discuss the future of the employees of the Florence-based company and to shed some light on possible developments. The meeting is expected to be held next week.

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