• Sun. Mar 3rd, 2024

According to The Mirror, Mukesh Ambani’s interest in buying Liverpool FC suggests that an Indian takeover may be on the horizon. In order to acquire the renowned English football team Liverpool, Ambani will have to fend off interest from groups in the Middle East and the US, the report said.
There is allegedly greater interest in buying the Merseyside club outright than in the possible bidders’ £4 billion asking price. Ambani, who has a net worth of about £90 billion and is an avid sports fan, won’t let that amount stop him. According to the source, Fenway Sports Group (FSG), who bought the Merseyside club in October 2010, has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to assist in the sale of the organization.
According to The Mirror, the chairman of Reliance, one of the wealthiest persons in the world, would be willing to invest millions of dollars in the team to support Liverpool’s ambitions to remain one of the continent’s most successful clubs.
Football has long been popular in India despite constant competition from cricket, which is the nation’s most popular sport. With Liverpool being one of the teams that obtains the most support and has sky-high shirt sales, the English Premier League is incredibly well-liked in India.
Such a story has already been brought up, so this is not new. According to media sources from August 2010, Liverpool received proposals from Mukesh Ambani and Subrata Roy. Ambani acquired Mumbai Indians, one of the top teams competing in the Indian Premier League, in 2008, earning him the title of “World’s Richest Sports Team Owner.”
FSG issued the following statement: “Unavoidably, we are constantly questioned in light of recent ownership changes at EPL clubs as well as speculations of ownership changes. regarding Liverpool’s management by the Fenway Sports Group.
Frequent interest expressions from outside parties seeking to invest in Liverpool are sent to FSG. As previously stated by FSG, we would consider accepting new shareholders subject to the correct terms and conditions if doing so would benefit Liverpool as a club.

Mukesh Ambani is competing to purchase Liverpool FC of the English Premier League and is prepared to spend

ByJosh Taylor

Nov 15, 2022

According to The Mirror, Mukesh Ambani’s interest in buying Liverpool FC suggests that an Indian takeover may be on the horizon. In order to acquire the renowned English football team Liverpool, Ambani will have to fend off interest from groups in the Middle East and the US, the report said.
There is allegedly greater interest in buying the Merseyside club outright than in the possible bidders’ £4 billion asking price. Ambani, who has a net worth of about £90 billion and is an avid sports fan, won’t let that amount stop him. According to the source, Fenway Sports Group (FSG), who bought the Merseyside club in October 2010, has hired Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley to assist in the sale of the organization.
According to The Mirror, the chairman of Reliance, one of the wealthiest persons in the world, would be willing to invest millions of dollars in the team to support Liverpool’s ambitions to remain one of the continent’s most successful clubs.
Football has long been popular in India despite constant competition from cricket, which is the nation’s most popular sport. With Liverpool being one of the teams that obtains the most support and has sky-high shirt sales, the English Premier League is incredibly well-liked in India.
Such a story has already been brought up, so this is not new. According to media sources from August 2010, Liverpool received proposals from Mukesh Ambani and Subrata Roy. Ambani acquired Mumbai Indians, one of the top teams competing in the Indian Premier League, in 2008, earning him the title of “World’s Richest Sports Team Owner.”
FSG issued the following statement: “Unavoidably, we are constantly questioned in light of recent ownership changes at EPL clubs as well as speculations of ownership changes. regarding Liverpool’s management by the Fenway Sports Group.
Frequent interest expressions from outside parties seeking to invest in Liverpool are sent to FSG. As previously stated by FSG, we would consider accepting new shareholders subject to the correct terms and conditions if doing so would benefit Liverpool as a club.