According to some sources, The Qatari Royal family are not interested in buying Liverpool. It had been previously reported that the Qatari family is in the race to sign the Premier League Club.
It was last month when Liverpool chairman Tom Werner said American owner Fenway Sports Group wanted to sell the Club. After 12 years of £ 300 million takeover of the Merseyside outfit.
Qatari family will not buy Liverpool
According to sources, Liverpool looking to attract offers of more than £ 2.5 billion. It is more than what Roman Abramovich received for the sale of Chelsea to American Todd Boehly and Clearlake Capital this year.
There were rumors that the Qatari Royal family which owns Paris Saint-Germain could be interested in Liverpool.
But the sources have now dismissed the rumors saying that Qatar Olympic Committee president Sheikh Joaan Al Thani will not buy Liverpool.
The Paris Saint-Germain is currently owned by The Emir of Qatar, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamas Al Thani through Qatar Sports Investment (QSI).
According to UEFA rules, two Champions League Clubs cannot be controlled by the same entity. QSI took over PSG in 2011 and are now in an attempt to buy the Parc des Princes stadium from the City of Paris. QSI also looking for investors to acquire clubs between 10% and 15%.
They paid £ 50 million for PSG 11 years ago and the club is now valued at around £ 4 billion.
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