Liverpool homeowners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have put the Premier League club up on the market.
The homeowners have put collectively a full presentation for events, as first reported by The Athletic. The club’s top brass have retained Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to assist with the process of promoting the club. Whilst it’s inviting presents, it’s unclear the extent of curiosity and whether or not a deal is probably going to be carried out.
A statement from Fenway Sports Group to The Athletic read: “There have been a number of latest adjustments of possession and rumours of adjustments in possession at EPL golf equipment and inevitably we’re requested commonly about Fenway Sports Group’s possession in Liverpool.
“FSG has ceaselessly received expressions of curiosity from third events searching for to change into shareholders in Liverpool. FSG has said before that under the fitting phrases and circumstances we’d contemplate new shareholders if it was in the very best pursuits of Liverpool as a club.
“FSG remains fully committed to the success of Liverpool, both on and off the pitch.”
FSG is principally owned by John W. Henry, who was one in every of two founders alongside chairman Tom Werner. The group bought an 11% stake to RedBird Capital Partners last year for for $750m (£655m). RedBird lately grew to become majority homeowners of Italian champions AC Milan too.
FSG took over Liverpool in October 2010, shopping for the club from controversial American homeowners George Gillett Jr and Tom Hicks. They have remodeled the club throughout that point, bringing in Jurgen Klopp, profitable their first Premier League title in addition to quite a few other silverware.
They have additionally remodeled Anfield with a brand new Main Stand and ongoing redevelopment of the Anfield Road Stand, in addition to a transfer from Melwood to a brand new £50m Kirkby coaching facility.