Sunday, May 19, 2024

The owner of Liverpool FC announced his position on the sale of the “Reds”.


Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — Liverpool’s owner, businessman John Henry, said the team was not for sale, but he welcomed “new investors.”

Fenway Sports Group, owned by Henry, has been controlling the legendary English club since 2010.

Earlier, press reports claimed that the “Fenway Sports” group was inviting offers to buy the club’s shares, to which the group replied that it would “consider investing in new shareholders for the benefit of Liverpool”.

“The Reds are not for sale, but new investment is under consideration,” John Henry told the Boston Sports Journal.

“I know there’s been a lot of talk about Liverpool FC, but I’ll stick to the facts and we’ve formalized the process that’s going on,” Henry said, according to Eurosport.

And, “Are we going to stay in England permanently? No.. Are we selling Liverpool? No.. Are we talking to investors about the team?.. Yes.”

He continued, “Will anything happen there?…I think so, but it won’t sell. Have we sold anything in the last 20 years?”

The “Reds” spent almost 13 years under the supervision of the “Fenway Sports” team and won many achievements and titles, including the European Champions League, the Club World Cup and the English Premier League (Premier League).

This season, Liverpool are eighth in the Premier League club table with 35 points.

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