And thel Liverpool are already negotiating a sale with an American buyer Interested in owning the club?As reported by the Daily Mail. A few days ago it was reported that Fenway Sports Group was considering selling the English team and now everything seems to be pointing to that It has already been launched and negotiations have already begun. Since then, there has been a lot of interest in acquiring the Reds.
The FSG has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, two bankers, to advise them on the sale and She is currently in talks with potential buyers.
According to the British method, The company has reportedly reached an agreement to sell the club for £2.7 billion. These numbers will mean a huge profit for the current owners, as they paid out £300m in 2010. In addition, They do not rule out an auction raising the selling price.
Negotiations intensified last week When the FSG reported that it was receiving a lot of interest from third parties to become shareholders. They added: “FSG has previously said, under the correct terms and conditions, we will consider new shareholders if it is in the best interest of Liverpool as a club.” The company is stirring up a bidding war, but it is clear that it will not sell to an unethical buyer.
The identity of the parties involved is unknown at this time, but Linked to owner of LA ClippersSteve Ballmer And the owner of the Boston Celtics, Steve Pagliuca. As reported in the Middle East, Dubai International Capital It would be another interested party, because in 2007 he was unable to take possession of the club.