'Potential buyer' in FSG contact about Liverpool purchase

A byer is in contact with FSG about the purchase of Liverpool.

FSG announced on Monday that investors are being sought for the Reds.

The Financial Times reports that FSG, who have come in for heavy criticism in recent weeks over a perceived lack of investment in the first team squad following a poor start to the season, have been approached by ‘at least one potential buyer’ that has seen them move to open themselves up to selling the club.

And according to CBS, there are both US and Middle East based consortiums actively considering a bid to buy the Reds.

FSG put out a statement that sought to reaffirm their commitment to Liverpool at the same time as suggesting that they would be open to any expressions of interest, something which they have received several times in recent years. In 2021 they were reportedly approach by a Middle Eastern consortium who bid £3bn for the club.

The Reds are valued at £3.6bn, a figure 1,100 per cent higher than the £300m that FSG paid for the club in 2010.