A mega-rich Qatari Royal family has opened up about buying Liverpool in a recent interview.
The future ownership of Liverpool Football Club is still in question. This is After FSG announced last month that the EPL giants are up for sale in some manner.
The American owners are willing to sell the Reds in whole or part. However, the most recent sources indicate that the latter is more likely.
The Boston Globe has stated that FSG is leaning toward a partial sale of Liverpool rather than a complete club takeover. And that the US owners may team up with another partner headquartered in North America, according to the American publication.
This could result in the investors eventually acquiring complete ownership of the club while also bringing about significant funding for transfers shortly.
The royal family of Qatar has been discussed in connection with a complete takeover of the Merseyside club, among other potential owners.
The Royal Qatar Family denies Liverpool links
The Qatari Royal Family has now disqualified themselves from buying Liverpool. Moreover, they have stated that Paris Saint-Germain is their only priority.
According to ESPN, Sheikh Jooan Al Thani isn’t in discussions with FSG about a potential complete or partial takeover of the team.
According to the source, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamas Al Thani s currently entirely focused on the Ligue 1 team. Moreover, he owns PSG through Qatar Sports Investment (QSI),
This eliminates a different possible Reds owner. Moreover, the club’s ownership will likely be resolved in the coming year.
In a letter to the ECHO, the American group confirmed its dedication to the club’s long-term success.
The statement read:
“There have been a number of recent changes of ownership and rumours of changes in ownership at EPL club. And inevitably, we are asked regularly about Fenway Sports Group’s ownership in Liverpool