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Liverpool sale latest as FSG 'partnership' plan emerges

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FSG FACING PRESSURE IN BOSTON AS LIVERPOOL SALE TALKS HEAT UP It isn't just Liverpool fans who have been watching what happens and thinking about recruitment, with Red Sox fans starting to voice some concern over the potential loss of one of their major stars on the back of a 2022 season where the team finished last in the American League East.

Last week the Globe, a newspaper owned privately by FSG chief and Liverpool principal owner John W. Henry, reported that sources had informed them that the Liverpool owners were leaning more to selling a partial stake in the Reds, capital that may be used to aid "player recruitment or capital improvement".

Paul Gorst and Dave Powell have the latest in this special FSG report WHY FSG MAY BE WISE TO PUT LFC SALE ON THE BACKBURNER A potential buyer for Liverpool is yet to be found, though it may prove to be no bad thing for FSG to bide their time over the sale of the club.

Last week the Boston Globe, a newspaper privately owned by FSG chief and Liverpool principal owner John W. Henry, reported that the Reds owners, while remaining open to the possibility of a sale if they received a major bid, were leaning towards selling a partial stake in the club to a minority investor, a move that could create funds for player recruitment or capital improvement.

MARTIN BROUGHTON COULD HAVE SECOND LIVERPOOL CHAPTER IF INTEREST IN FSG SALE DEVELOPS November 30 marked 12 years since Martin Broughton left his role as temporary chairman of Liverpool after helping FSG navigate their way through the first few months at Anfield.

When news of a potential sale first broke early in November, FSG provided the following statement to the ECHO: "There have been a number of recent changes of ownership and rumours of changes in ownership at EPL clubs and inevitably we are asked regularly about Fenway Sports Groupâs ownership in Liverpool.

"FSG has frequently received expressions of interest from third parties seeking to become shareholders in Liverpool.
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