Fenwaythe group that owns Liverpool, confirmed that is willing to listen to offers to sell shares from the English club amid speculation that it would accept offers from potential buyers.
Fenway Sports Group reported in a statement that remains committed to the club he acquired in 2010greening laurels.
To an inquiry from the agency Associated Press about the possibility of Liverpool being put up for sale, FSG stated that would consider accepting new shareholders.
“FSG frequently receives expressions of interest from third parties seeking to become Liverpool shareholders,” the statement said. “FSG has previously said that, under the right terms and conditions, we would consider new shareholders if it was in the best interest of Liverpool as a club.
FSG, in addition to owning Liverpool, also directs the Boston Red Sox of the MLBas well as different media.
Since his arrival in 2010as well as having won various titles, made several reforms at the institutional level and it is even in its plans to increase the capacity to 61,000 viewers next (European) summer.
“FSG remains fully committed to Liverpool’s success, both on and off the field,” he added. With FSG, Liverpool re-established themselves as one of the club football powerhouses in Europe, capturing their first English league title in 30 years in 2020.
The technician Jurgen Klopp He has also led them to Champions League, Club World Cup, FA Cup and League Cup conquests since he was hired in 2015.
But it has raised the difficulty of standing up against the Manchester Cityfinanced by Abu Dhabiin the pass market.
“No one can compete with City on that,” Klopp complained last month. “You have the best team in the world and you get the best striker (Erling Haaland) on the market. No matter the price, you do it… What does Liverpool do? We cannot operate like them. It’s not possible”.
Also, at this time there have been discrepancies with the fans, as happened in 2021 when Liverpool was one of the founding teams of the European Super League, which caused protests by the ‘Red’ fans, as well as the subsequent exit of the project.
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