Fenway Sports Group (FSG) has put Liverpool for sale.

In a dramatic change to the US owners, who have owned the club since 2010, they are now soliciting bids for the Merseyside club and a full business presentation has been made. prepared for the bidder

FSG have been calling the shots at Anfield since October 2010 when they bought George Gillett and Tom Hicks for £300m – but are now said to be ‘attractive offers’

Investment banking giants Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are said to have been brought in to help with the process 

In May 2022, Forbes valued Liverpool at $4.45 billion (£3.89 billion) – but with Chelsea being sold to LA Dodgers owner Todd Boehly earlier this year for a price £4.25 billion, the Merseyside giants will likely demand a fair price 

In a statement sent to Athletic, FSG said that “under the right conditions” they would be willing to sell the club

“FSG regularly receives interest from third parties interested in becoming a shareholder of Liverpool,” wrote the FS

FSG has overseen a lot of incredible success at Liverpool, especially since hiring manager Jurgen Klopp in 2014. 201

The German coach has delivered a Premier League title as well as the Champions League, Carabao Cup and FA Cup 

FSG, which also owns the Boston Red Sox baseball franchise, the NESN television network, a 50% stake in Roush Fenway Racing and Fenway Sports Management, run by John W Henry

In 2021, FSG sells 11% of the company’s shares for $750 million (£655 million) to RedBird Capital Partners – a move that led them to reinvest that money to take a majority stake in the team. Pittsburgh Penguins NHL ice hockeyy.p.5.ewG.b.e.s..s.

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