Report: Goldman Sachs withdraws from Raiders move to Vegas

The Oakland Raiders' plan to move Las Vegas has been hit hard as of late, and the shots keep coming as investment bank Goldman Sachs withdrew it financial support on Tuesday, sources told ESPN's Ramona Shelburne.

Goldman Sachs' withdrawal comes on the heels of billionaire Sheldon Adelson's decision to pull out of the project as well. The Raiders had recently informed the league that the investment bank had offered to help finance their new stadium, seemingly due to knowledge that Adelson could potentially leave.

Adelson was previously expected to contribute $650 million of the $1.9 billion needed to fund the stadium. The billionaire, who made the bulk of his money through casinos, claimed he was shut out of negotiations for the lease with Clark County Stadium Authority.

Now that Adelson and Goldman Sachs has withdrawn, the potential move to Las Vegas is in doubt. Officials from San Diego have reportedly reached out to inquire if the Raiders would be interested in a move to the city recently vacated by the Los Angeles Chargers.

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