Liverpool is now a hot topic in the world of football, as the club owners have put the club for sale. From then, many interested buyers already made several enquiries to make a takeover bid.
Following that rumours, FSG released a statement: “FSG has frequently received expressions of interest from third parties seeking to become shareholders in Liverpool. FSG has said before that under the right terms and conditions we would consider new shareholders if it was in the best interests of Liverpool as a club.”
A major name in the world of the Cricket industry has come to the forefront to show interest in buying the club. IPL cricket giant, Mumbai Indians owner Mukesh Ambani has inquired make a possible takeover bid to buy Liverpool.
But there is major competition from the other bidders as well. Interests from other parties from the Middle East and the USA are coming to make enquiries about the club’s sale.
Ambani with Liverpool Possibilities
Liverpool’s Indian takeaway with multi-billionaire Mukesh Ambani will be a huge milestone for Indian football as well. Ambani is currently the richest owner of Cricket Sports by owning the IPL team Mumbai Indians. Ambani has always been a huge sports fan.
As per reports from Forbes, Ambani’s net worth is around £90 billion and is the eighth richest person in the world. He has already enquired about the club’s possible takeover.
Reports are suggesting that Fenway Sports Group is willing to sell the club if they receive bids of around £4 billion. Fenway has entrusted investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to look over all investments in the club and also the takeover bids.
While Cricket is the biggest sport in India, Liverpool has a huge fan base in India with huge shirt sales. Ambani is currently 65 and his enormous wealth will make Liverpool a dominant club in the transfer market.
Liverpool is currently struggling in the Premier League after missing out on several transfer targets this summer. Liverpool hardcore fans will be delighted to have ‘The World’s Richest Sports Team Owner’.
So far, FSG has backed Jurgen Klopp after securing the long-awaited Premier League title. The German manager also took his team to the Champions League final thrice and won the trophy once. As a sports enthusiast, Ambani has a great track record of spending money on star players in Cricket. He will replicate that with Liverpool as well.