Liverpool now won’t be sold says John Henry as new plans unveiled in stunning FSG u-turn

Liverpool are unlikely to be sold now, principal owner John W. Henry has confirmed just months after FSG first sold the Reds.

This update, courtesy of the Boston Sports Journal (via Ian Doyle on Twitter), looks like the American group is now shifting exclusively to investment-related opportunities.

As Manchester United could reach a deal with the Qatar-based body, the Boston Red Sox owner’s comments suggest the club is lagging behind as well as a new force in the English top flight. It’s sure to piss off a good chunk of the concerned fanbase, not just Newcastle United and Manchester City, but also their traditional bitter rivals.

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Of course, a move to focus on investing doesn’t necessarily mean the end of the world. Hopefully Fenway secures another partner with the ability to grow its share over the long term and have full control in the future.

Leaving a positive legacy is of utmost importance to Henry and Co. Perhaps that is why interest from Qatar has not progressed past the discussion stage in the light of conflicting values. FSG work since 2011.

There are so many millionaires who could take us to another level without completely undermining the socialist roots the club was founded on, but far fewer offers would be morally concerned. .

But the immediate problem is the lack of transparency in terms of how much Jürgen Klopp and his team will be funded this summer if they can’t secure investors before the end of the campaign. It’s about being there.

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