Liverpool and Manchester United are both up for sale with the Merseyside club also open to new minority investment.
Qatar Sports Investments (QSI), owners of PSG, are interested suitors in both Liverpool and Manchester United according to a report.
Fenway Sports Group (FSG) announced in November that they were open to selling the Merseyside club or taking in new investment and appointed Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to assist with the process.
It was a similar story down the M62 with the Red Devils’ owners, the Glazer family also announcing that they were open to a full sale of the club.
A whole host of speculation has followed with persistent rumours of Qatari interest in both clubs.
The Daily Mail report however that despite interest, if the Glazers hold out for an asking price of between £6billion and £8billion, suitors such as Jim Ratcliffe and QSI could be deterred.
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The publication also claims that there is interest from PSG’s owners in Liverpool although the United sale process is ‘understood to be much further down the track – and to have attracted far higher indicative bids’.
The lack of clarity about the ownership situation at Liverpool is not helping a team that is struggling to hit its previous heights.
A statement, sooner rather than later, from FSG, would help to go some way to at least settling the off-field issues to enable Jurgen Klopp and his team to focus on trying to salvage something from the season.
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