Liverpool for sale: property asks for 4.5 billion euros

FSG has owned the Anfield club since it took over the shares controlled by duo George Gillett and Tom Hicks in 2010

The Liverpool is for sale. The US group Fenway Sports Group (FSG), owner of the Reds for 12 years, has confirmed that it has given a mandate to two investment banks to look for possible buyers. Fsg has owned the Anfield club since it took over the shares controlled by duo George Gillett and Tom Hicks in 2010. According to what the Daily Mail writes today, two banking giants such as Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been involved to manage this preliminary phase, of initial screening of possible buyers. According to analysts, the sale of the club could take place for a figure that will be around 4.5 billion euros, as paid a few months by the US consortium led by Todd Boehly for Chelsea.



In a statement sent to Athletic magazine, FSG said that “under the right terms and conditions” they are ready to consider new shareholders for the club. Specifically, the Liverpool ownership said that “Recently there have been a series of ownership changes and rumors about possible further ownership changes between Premier League clubs. Inevitably we have been regularly asked about FSG’s ownership over the club. Liverpool. FSG has frequently received expressions of interest from third parties who would like to become Liverpool shareholders. FSG has previously stated that with the right terms and conditions we would consider new shareholders if this were best in Liverpool’s interest. FSG continues to be fully committed to Liverpool’s success both on and off the pitch. “



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