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Exclusive: Game-changing Liverpool takeover update amid £5.1billion reveal

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Prospective Liverpool investors have been made aware that the Premier League’s domestic broadcast rights could fall in value by as much as £750million ahead of the next rights cycle, sources have told Football Insider.

In other news, insider issues “red flag” claim as Premier League make decision on pivotal Liverpool change.

Liverpool pocketed an estimated £162.3m in Premier League media income in 2021-22 and are projected to announce total revenue of over £600million for that campaign.

But a source based at a football research consultancy firm has told Football Insider that interested parties have been made aware that domestic TV rights are likely to wane in the next three years.

The current broadcast deal – which was agreed with Sky, BT Sport and Amazon in May last year – is worth £5.1billion and runs until the close of the 2024-25 season.

Chartered accountant and football finance analyst Viva Mukherjee told Football Insider that Comcast’s overall financial picture is “satisfactory and will not lead to them going against their business strategy with respect of Sky.” “Their strategy historically has been to bid low.

However, there is confidence at Premier League HQ that a decrease in domestic rights will be offset by the division’s various international deals.
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