FSG chairman Mike Gordon has begun “handing over responsibilities to Liverpool CEO Billy Hogan”, according to a report.
This update comes courtesy of the Boston Globe in the wake of the American group’s decision to invite further investment in the club.
A full sale is possible if the right potential owner steps forward and is relatively well aligned with the Reds’ ambitions and city politics.
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This comes amid reports that the Premier League-based outfit is attracting huge interest, including from Stephen Pagliuca’s Bain Capital, according to the Daily Star (via TEAMtalk).
FSG received an early approach after its explosive announcement and other publications have noted some interest from Dubai (although the four groups linked to the interest were unable to show the funds needed to launch a move).
While this move is not believed to be directly related to the potential sale of the football club (according to Echo), it is an interesting turn of events in the ongoing evolution of Liverpool and our structure behind the scenes.
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