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08/11/2022 11:39

3 bright candidates can buy Liverpool

Fenway Sports Group – the owner of Liverpool – recently put the club up for sale. Immediately appeared 3 potential candidates who can spend money to take over The Reds in the near future.


RedBird Capital Partners owns a 10% stake in Liverpool. Last year, Gerry Cardinale – owner of RedBird – confirmed he did not rule out the possibility of buying the entire remaining shares of The Reds: “We don’t take that as a goal. I certainly don’t rule out the possibility. buy the rest of the shares because it would be a privilege. However, I think Liverpool is currently being managed by a great group.”

Back in August this year, RedBird bought Milan in a deal worth more than 1 billion pounds. The US-based company’s portfolio also includes the Boston Red Sox, Pittsburgh Penguins, Toulouse FC, Rajasthan Royals, YES Network, SpringHill Company, Skydance Media, XFL, OneTeam Partners and Dream Sports. Basketball legend LeBron James is also another minority shareholder at Anfield. He bought shares of Liverpool in March 2021 and can cooperate with RedBird in this blockbuster deal.


More than a year ago, the Mirror reported that owner John W. Henry had rejected an offer to buy Liverpool worth nearly 3 billion pounds from the Middle East. Sheikh Khaled Bin Zayed Al Nehayan, cousin of Man City owner Sheikh Mansour, is said to have failed in an offer to buy Liverpool for £2 billion in late 2017, early 2018. At that time, The The Reds confirmed that they are not selling with the statement: “We would only consider taking on a minority investor if the partnership is to enhance the club’s commercial interests in specific markets, while at the same time enhancing the club’s commercial interests in specific markets. consistent with the club’s continued development and growth”.


As a familiar name to Liverpool fans, Sir Martin Broughton cherished the ambition to buy Chelsea earlier this year and made no secret of his intention to return to football. As a former chairman of British Airways, Broughton briefly served as chairman of Liverpool in 2010. He is said to have brokered the sale of Liverpool to FSG for £300 million the same year. This is definitely a character not to be missed in the acquisition of Liverpool from FSG.

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