After Liverpool’s current owners Fenway Sports Group placed the team up for sale, Mukesh Ambani, chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, is allegedly considering an offer to purchase the team (FSG). Check out the complete details about it below.
The FSG are reportedly prepared to sell for £4 billion, and there is a bigger interest in completely purchasing the Merseyside club, according to the Mirror. Ambani, who is listed as the seventh richest person in the world by Forbes and has a net worth of around £90 billion, has previously inquired about the club.
When FSG said earlier this week that they would be open to hearing proposals for the club, the footballing world was taken aback. FSG assumed control of the Liverpool club in 2010.
There have been several recent ownership changes at EPL teams, and there have been rumours of ownership changes as well. As a result, it is inevitable that we are frequently questioned about Fenway Sports Group’s ownership of Liverpool. Inquiries from outside parties looking to invest in Liverpool have repeatedly come to FSG. We would consider additional shareholders if it was in the best interests of Liverpool as a club, according to FSG, which has previously stated that given the proper terms and conditions.
Mukesh Ambani has previously expressed interest in purchasing Liverpool, though, so this is not the first time. Reliance Industries originally intended to submit a proposal for a 51% share in Liverpool in 2010 with Subroto Roy, the head of the Sahara Group. Then-Liverpool CEO Christain Purslow, though, refuted the rumours. More details about this deal will update on the page soon.
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