Today's Top Words:
liverpool burnley klopp premier anfield barnes run liverpools reds title first home win jurgen just
Man City new signing shows Liverpool and FSG transfer future

Below is a summary of the full article. Click here for the full version or go back to LFC Live.net

Liverpool owners FSG and special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) RedBall have been in talks for a number of months over the latter purchasing around 20 per cent of FSG business in a potential £6bn deal that could see the company publicly listed on the stock market.

This week, City Football Group (CFG) added another club to their portfolio, signing Bolivia's largest club, Club Bolivar, as their first 'partner club', where the South American side will be able to tap into the knowledge of Man City and utilise CFG's football data and insights platform.



Should Fenway Sports Group and RedBall Acquisition Corp get the green light from Major League Baseball later this year on their proposed reverse merger then one of the things at the top of their 'to do' list will be setting about creating a football club portfolio.



Our work in Bolivia will certainly strengthen our knowledge of, and network in, South American football.” CFG already own a number of clubs across the globe, including New York City FC, Melbourne City, Girona, Yokohama F. Marinos, Mumbai City, Lommel SK, Troyes and Montevideo City Torque.



For Beane, should the deal go ahead, it would see him likely step away from baseball and take ownership of FSG's plan to expand their football portfolio in a similar way to that of Manchester City owners City Football Group and RB Leipzig owners Red Bull.

RedBall is the brainchild of billionaire American financier Gerry Cardinale, a man with a keen interest in sports analytics, and Billy Beane, a man who pioneered the use of statistical analysis and sabermetrics in baseball with the Oakland Athletics.

The ECHO understands that representatives of both sides have been in dialogue over the Christmas and New Year period and that talks continue, with some hope that a positive conclusion can be reached in due course.
For more news relating to Manchester City, visit our sister site City Latest Live.
Click to visit Echo | Click to return to LFC Live.net
LFC Live.net

OFFER - LFCLive Ad-free for just £6 year

Already signed up? Click here to login


Dont Buy The Sun



rss icon



Arsenal News - Chelsea News - Everton News - Liverpool FC News - Man City News - Manchester United News - Newcastle News - Spurs News - West Ham News - Celtic News - Rangers News - BeIN Sports Schedule - Internet Commentator Database - Shortwave Radio Schedules - Twitter - non-gamstop-casinos.com - Contact

©2018 LFC Live.

Valid XHTML 1.0 StrictDont Buy The Sun [Valid RSS]