QIA are not interested over Liverpool takeover

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FSG are currently looking for suitable buyers for Liverpool football club.

Now it has been claimed that Liverpool had “no concrete interest” from QIA(Qatar Investment Authority).

Fenway Sports Group(FSG) will continue to look for possible buyers for Liverpool on the market. FSG prefers a partial buyer rather than a full takeover.

Before the 2022 World Cup, there have been plenty of rumors about investors from Qatar are curious to move into Premier League.

Qatari Sports Investments (QSI) already possesses Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and the club’s chairman Nasser Al-Khelaifi met Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy last month. Manchester United are also looking for buyers and have possible interest from the Emirates of Qatar.

Meanwhile, as per The Daily Mail reports, FSG held talks with Qatar Investment Authority over a partial takeover of the Merseyside club.

Ben Jacobs — a reporter from CBS sports have claimed some new reports about LIVERPOOL

Speaking on TwitterSpace he hosted, Jacobs reported:-

“Over the last few months off the back of the World Cup, Qatar have been looking for a Premier League club of sorts.

“Some groups within Qatar have considered minority investment and others are now building towards an outright purchase. This is such an incredible time to those who want to invest in the Premier League because Manchester United and Liverpool are on the market in different manners.

“Manchester United’s owners, the Glazers, are open to both while FSG have a slightly less fluid process at Liverpool and would consider minority investment.

“QSI have held minority investment talks with Tottenham at an exploratory level. We wait and see if that still develops. Daniel Levy and Nasser Al-Khelaifi are very close, they’re friends and also work on the ECA (European Club Association).

“As far as Qatar and Liverpool are concerned, there is not much concrete interest contrary to reports. No full offer or minority investment offer has been made and with Manchester United, there is real opportunity.

“QIA did originally consider a minority stake and that’s been on the table in the last few days and weeks for a stake of 10%. But there is also a group of private investors who prefer a full sale offer”.

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