Wycombe Wanderers’ billionaire owner has formally been named as one of the club's directors.

Mikheil Lomtadze, who had been in talks with the club since the autumn of 2023, was confirmed as the Chairboys’ purchaser on Friday, May 3, with an announcement confirming the news one day later [May 4].

The Georgian tycoon, who currently resides in Kazakhstan, has bought the Couhig family’s 90 per cent share of the Adams Park side, ending their five-year tenure of owning the South Bucks team.

Now, as confirmed via the Companies House website, Lomtadze along with Eduard Vyshnyakov and Dan Rice, have been named as directors.

The formalities were complete by May 15.

Following the sale at the start of this month, Lomtadze said: "To the Wycombe fans, I do not and will not take lightly the responsibility for the Club in front of its fans, staff and players.

"Our goal is to achieve long-term success both on and off the pitch whilst building a financially sustainable club.

“The football world is evolving very fast and our priority will be to integrate data analytics and technology to elevate the Club’s performance to new levels.

“I am also a strong believer in youth development and it will be fundamental to the Club’s vision."

The vision includes building a 'world class academy' within the next three years.

It is expected that Wanderers will aim to help the development of several promising players from the Eastern European/Central Asian country, whilst also looking to nurture talent on homegrown soil.

Lomtadze explained: “It was my longing dream to create a world-class professional children's football academy in Kazakhstan and England, where the best and most talented young football players and future stars will be trained."

Finally, the sale of the club was conducted by a law firm based down in the South West of the country.

Kitson Boyce LLP, which is situated in Torquay, have also masterminded the takeovers of other clubs across the EFL and National League.

One of the law firm's partners, Cris Boyce, told the Insider Media Limited, said: "We are delighted to have completed the deal on behalf of Rob and his team which will see significant further investment into Wycombe Wanderers in the future.

"It further demonstrates our ability to advise on strategic deals involving sellers and purchasers across international territories and timezones whilst growing our reputation with football clubs here in England."

Former owner, and recently appointed chairman, Rob Couhig, added: ""When I first began looking at investing in English football, I was very fortunate that Cris Boyce and his firm were recommended to me.

"Cris has the unique perspective of actually knowing what it’s like to co-own a club.

"I know that if I invest in another club, Cris will be my first call."