Liverpool are headlining news as recently Qatar Sports Investment (QSI) held talks with Tottenham. Qatar Sports Investment are looking to invest in a Premier League club. Although, QSI has not held any talks with Liverpool as reports suggested.
According to a report from CBS Sports, QSI the owners of Paris-Saint-German are looking forward to making a minor investment in a Premier League club. It is said to be the same reason why QSI chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi met with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy earlier this week in London.
Liverpool on market, Qatar Sports Investment interested?
Liverpool were put on the market by their owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) two months ago. However, it is being suggested that the FSG are looking for a partial investment rather than a complete sale. Soon after this news, investors all around the world became interested in the Reds with possible investors from the likes of Dubai, America, India, and Germany.
QSI owns PSG since 2011, and after its takeover, PSG have become a powerhouse in Europe although a Champions League title is still missing. Furthermore, some sources suggest that QSI are looking to add a Premier League club to their list. QSI wants to add to their multi-club models like the City football group and some other big European owners. PSG owners also own a 23% stake in Portuguese club Braga who are doing quite well in the league as they are in 2nd position right now behind Benfica.
However, despite all rumors, QSI has not held any talks with Liverpool owners FSG and nothing has been confirmed yet.
QSI interested in Tottenham, club denies
Earlier this week, QSI chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi met with Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy in London for exploratory talks. Sources say that a possible investment was discussed between them although is still unclear how may this process be.
Moreover, Tottenham denies that any discussions have taken place regarding an investment in the club. But it has been quite evident by multiple sources that a meeting did hold between QSI and Levy specifically about a minority investment.
Looks like Premier League soon might get new owners. So let’s wait until there is anything concrete to trust.