“I’ve been told…” – Financial expert reveals the concerning news he’s heard about Liverpool

Liverpool owners FSG might be looking to sell the club as new parties appear to have taken steps for the subsequent takeover.

Source: EuroSport

There is currently no concrete interest from any party in a potential takeover of Liverpool, according to a financial expert.

Current owners Fenway Sports Group announced in November, via a statement issued to The Athletic’s David Ornstein, that they were considering new shareholders ‘if it was in the best interest of Liverpool as a club’.

The Daily Mail recently reported that FSG are no longer interested in a full-scale sale of the club, with US investment firm RedBird Capital Partners even considering increasing their stake in the Reds after the group previously paid £533M for an 11% stake in FSG back in 2021.

These developments may have come as a result of little interest from outside parties to buy FSG’s stake in Liverpool.

Financial expert Dave Powell explains current situation at Liverpool

The financial expert Dave Powell explained the situation on the Blood Red: Liverpool FC YouTube channel

“What I’ve been told repeatedly by people who would know, nobody has shown their hand. Nobody has come to the table. Nobody has come to the table. Nobody has said, ‘Here’s X amount of money for the football club’.”

He also said

“There’s been no high-level discussion held as yet. If anything, FSG were kind of fighting a few fires in Boston in December, so the LFC sale focus hasn’t really been top of their agenda. It’s something which they are exploring”

“It would be hard to make a case for them to still be competitive owners if they weren’t to make significant investment this summer, because it’s quite obvious that this is a Liverpool team in dire need of investment in key areas that will be expensive, and it will need the bill footing, so the summer will be very, very telling.”

The Merseyside giants needs to change their situation as quickly as possible. They are currently sitting in the 10th position of the Premier League table, and are out of FA Cup and League Cup.

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