CBS reporter unveils the latest on Liverpool takeover news

Liverpool takeover news

Ben Jacobs hints at Liverpool takeover news with Qatari consortium.

Latest information on Liverpool takeover news

The Mail on Sunday reports that Fenway Sports Group has started negotiations with two Middle Eastern consortiums. It talks about buying the Merseyside club for $3 billion. Mike Gordon has been approached by representatives of organizations in Saudi Arabia and Qatar. He was approached by folks that are interested in perhaps purchasing the team.

It is believed that both consortiums are private businesses. There are rumors that they are closely connected to the governing families of their respective countries. Following huge news earlier in the week, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal, the sports minister for Saudi Arabia, urged private offers for both Jurgen Klopp’s team and Manchester United.

Jacobs asserts that these discussions are not as far forward as previously thought. Instead, he thinks that prospective investors from Qatar are “just in the idea process.”

The pre-takeover talks?

If Qatar Sports Investments (QSi), a division of Qatar’s state-run sovereign wealth fund and the owners of Paris Saint-Germain, made a bid for Liverpool, there would undoubtedly be a commotion.

Therefore, Reds supporters will feel a tiny bit of relief to learn that the Qatar-based group is private. The idea that the group has a connection to the state is still a possibility. However, raises doubt and might cause antagonism toward a suggested relocation.

The perspective of Newcastle owners has a point here. Public Investment Fund, is in with links, Merseyside has never been a location that was in supporting terms.

Although there are differing viewpoints among fans on FSG, the fact that John W. Henry and company are not connected to a state is a contemporary perk for the team. Despite the Qatari consortium’s public denials of affiliation, arguments against this will make it difficult for supporters of the planned sale to support it.

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