Today's Top Words:
liverpool world bellingham training diaz jude transfer injury england dubai luis against reds players henderson
Saudi Arabian government speak out on potential Liverpool takeover

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

The sports minister of Saudi Arabia has stated that the Saudi Arabian government would "definitely support" private sector bids for Liverpool and Manchester United.

• Julian Ward lost key ally at Liverpool in change that could be significant for FSG sale • Julian Ward's unseen role in Liverpool success becomes clearer after major blow of exit • None Ian Graham to leave Liverpool as FSG left with another major hole in transfer department

Saudi ownership has already arrived in the Premier League through the controversial sale of Newcastle United to the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund, a sovereign wealth fund worth some £300bn.

Numerous potential bidders have been linked with Liverpool over the past fortnight, from US private equity firms to Indian billionaires, although no firm proposals are believed to have been presented to FSG, for whom Mike Gordon is acting as the lead on sourcing investment and managing an interest in a full takeover.

We will definitely support it if any [Saudi] private sector comes in, because we know that's going to reflect positively on sports within the kingdom.

Liverpool owners Fenway Sports Group expanded their search for investment through an equity sale to a willingness to listen to offers for the club a fortnight ago.

"It's the most-watched league in Saudi and the region and you have a lot of fans of the Premier League.
For more news relating to Manchester United, visit our sister site MUFC Live.
Click to visit Echo | Click to return to LFC

OFFER - LFCLive Ad-free for just £3 year

Already signed up? Click here to login

Dont Buy The Sun
casino utan spelpaus trustly
betting sites not on gamstop

rss icon

Liverpool FC News - BeIN Sports Schedule - Internet Commentator Database - Shortwave Radio Schedules - Twitter - - Contact

©2018 LFC Live.

Valid XHTML 1.0 StrictDont Buy The Sun [Valid RSS]