Roland Duchatelet is ready to sell Charlton.

The unpopular Addicks owner, who bought the club in January 2014, has overseen one relegation and the loss of diehard fans.

The Belgian tycoon, 71, sold Standard Liege in 2015 and parted ways with Sint-Truiden last month.

In an interview with The Times, Duchatelet said: “I have not decided anything, I am open to possible offers.

“I will take the time to think, but contrary to popular belief I have not made any money from football, this rarely happens for investors, those who say otherwise are wrong.

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“It’s not that I’m fed up, I have other activities and my age.

“Actually, I wanted to leave football after the sale of the Standard Liege. Football is an exciting world, but very complex.

“There is a lot of underground influences, we decide a lot about emotions, we make and break your image on the basis of rumours, social networks create real background slides that are difficult to answer.

“It was an interesting experience and I learned a lot about how social media can have an impact on the psychology of masses and how they can influence decisions which affect many people.”