Prior to an anticipated big move, the FSG transfer plan becomes clear.
The FSG transfer plan to become clear with a probable expensive deal
There aren’t many recent success stories in football that compare to Fenway Sports Group‘s at Liverpool in terms of getting a return on investment.
After the Reds were successfully wrested from Tom Hicks and George Gillett’s disastrous ownership in October 2010 for a fee of about £330 million, the club’s value has skyrocketed ever since.
According to Fala Galo, the owners of Liverpool might be on the verge of creating a club network model, following the lead of Red Bull and the City Group. It would cost Americans millions of dollars.
With talents like former Red Sadio Mane and Sky Blues attacker Erling Haaland serving as notable examples of the Red Bull production line, the former of the two stays the absolute gold benchmark when it to player development and moving them through the ranks to grow into world-class superstars.
A deal that benefits everyone
The Americans want to establish a club network. This decision may turn out to be very beneficial for us, particularly in light of young players like Flamengo’s Joao Gomes.
Establishing a fairly local presence could give us an advantage when it comes to not only finding prospective clients in the area, but also to effectively land in front of like-minded folks from Real Madrid and Co. collapse, which was inevitably responsible for providing the European heavyweights with a slew of exciting stars.
FSG has done an excellent job of pinpointing the areas of the team that needed improvement in order to increase income to fund team building. It has served as the Premier League’s greatest case study on how to manage a successful team both on and off the field.