Yep Companies House website shows 6 individual and 2 companies as shareholders of Millennium Series Ltd. From what I've heard (thirdhand so not sure on reliability), the offered price was rather low to share between that many shareholders. NXL appear to be going ahead with a European series regardless of whether they complete on buying out Mills, so potentially there could be three European Series running (Mills, NXL and CPS). NXL probably have the upper hand with lowballing their offer though - if the offer isn't accepted and Mills tries to carry on alone and compete with NXL, they could lose enough teams to make the finances unviable. Especially if GI and/or any other companies withhold their sponsorship, or outright ban their stable teams from playing at Mills. NXL presumably have enough backing to run at a loss for the opening few events or even year until Mills folds - the question is whether Mills could compete with that?