According to Sky News, JD Sports Fashion is the front-runner in negotiations to acquire Arcadia Group’s warehouse in the English town of Daventry for around £60 to £90 million (€69m-$83m to €104m-$125m). Boohoo Group, Amazon and eBay have reportedly also expressed interest. A casualty of the pandemic lockdowns, Arcadia Group – which at the time owned TopShop, TopMan, Miss Selfridge, Dorthy Perkins, Evans and Burton – entered administration, a British former of bankruptcy, in November of last year. JD Sports made unsuccessful bids for TopShop and TopMan, which have since gone to the online fashion retailer Asos. The acquisition of the warehouse in Daventry would enable the repayment of a loan for £50 million (€57.8m-$69.3m) to Arcadia from the family of its former chairman, Sir Philip Green.