Roland Duchatelet is buying Sint-Truiden again - and is holding a press conference in Belgium today.

The Belgian tycoon sold Sint-Truiden to Bart Lammens in 2011 - and News Shopper understands that he has been desperate to own another club in his homeland.

Duchatelet flogged off Standard Liege last summer as fans grew fed up with his business decisions, which included selling the club’s best players.

The unrest has followed the 69-year-old to south-east London where Charlton fans have been protesting throughout the season to force the millionaire to sell.

He will hold a press conference today at 10.30am (local time) to announce his return to Belgian football.

Sint-Truiden will add to the collection of European clubs that the unpopular owner already runs - with the Addicks, Alcorcon, Ujpest, and Carl Zeiss Jena under his control.