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Paris Saint-Germain hand Liverpool and FSG £3.5bn sale boost

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With Liverpool and Manchester United on the market and the likes of Chelsea and AC Milan already having changed ownership in 2022, another major European name are assessing their options.

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Stopping short of a full sale, Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), the owners of Paris Saint-Germain who have been willing to underwrite major losses in pursuit of placing the French club at the summit of world football, are on the lookout for fresh capital.

Liverpool and Manchester United, while both open to minority investment, have both pushed the door ajar to welcome expressions of interest when it comes to a full takeover, with Fenway Sports Group at Liverpool understood, according to well placed sources in the US, to have placed a $4bn (£3.4bn) valuation on the club, while Manchester United's owners, the Glazer family, have been reportedly looking for closer to £6bn.

PSG revenues also were far short of what Liverpool are expected to post, the Reds likely to see revenues of £600m against a profit of around £70m when their accounts are published in early 2023, while PSG saw revenues of £480m for their most recent financials.

But the valuation that has been placed on the club will have raised some eyebrows at Liverpool and among the FSG hierarchy, whose move to allow expressions of interest in a full sale has been motivated by them wanting to "test the waters" according to a well-placed source in the US.
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