Qatari monstrous bid to takeover Liverpool expected to come in February


According to reports, a Qatari-led takeover bid for Liverpool is expected to come next month. The Reds were set up on sale by Fenway Group last year.

The clubs supporters have grown frustrated with the American owners because of their lack of ambition in the transfer market.

In the last six months, Todd Boehly’s Chelsea have spent £ 32 million which is less than Liverpool have spent in the last 10 transfer windows.

Although, signings made by FSG such as Alisson and Virgil van Dijk have helped Liverpool to reach three Champions League finals and win one Premier League title in 5 years of span.

Last summer they made a big investment on the signing of Darwin Nunez from Benfica. However, The Reds have not made enough signings over the last two years.

Liverpool’s disastrous season continues

Liverpool are currently going through one of the worst seasons. Jurgen Klopp’s side is currently 9th in the Premier League, which is below Brighton, Fulham, and Brentford. They are ten points behind the Champions League squad and 19 points behind League leaders Arsenal.

The Reds have very limited midfield options which is one of the reasons their disappointing season continues. They badly need a central midfielder and Ruben Neves is on their radar.

The signing of a midfielder this month is an urgent priority for the German manager. However, the summer transfer window could be different as FSG are looking to sell the Club.

According to The Telegraph, a formal bid is expected to come in February. The Reds have been linked from Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and the United States but it is still unclear who will buy the club.

Qatari journalist Mohammed Saeed Alkaabi ( via The Anfield Talk on Twitter) said:

“Qatar are giving priority to the acquisition of Liverpool Football Club and are seriously interested but the deal is not complete at this present moment. We will see in the next few days.

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