FSG has reportedly “been approached by at least one potential buyer” in wording that would suggest the possibility that multiple parties are already involved in the equation at this early stage.
This update is courtesy of the Financial Times (via Reddit) following the US owners’ announcement of their intention to seek new investment.
“Fenway has been approached by at least one potential buyer, according to people familiar with the matter,” as reported in the post.
The group is currently weighing the pros and cons of a complete sale rather than welcoming another shareholder into the ranks.
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Not surprisingly, some interest in the club has already sprung up.
From the completely renovated stadium to the world-class training facilities, team and manager, Liverpool Football Club remains in extremely poor health, despite difficulties on the pitch this term.
Considering how well we’ve prospered under Fenway Sports Group’s stewardship, it would be a great shame if their stewardship of us ends entirely in the near future.
We accept that there is a clear (and growing) financial gap between us and some of our domestic and European rivals, although we hope that another third party may come on board as an investor to help bridge that gap.
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