Henry insisted himself ‘not selling Liverpool’

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John W. Henry confirms Fenway Sports Group (FSG) will not sell the “Reds” Liverpool, but is looking for a real new investor.

News reports in November claimed that Liverpool’s owners, Fenway Sports Group, had looking for new investors with the possibility of either out of business or in part

American capital group Acquired the club in 2010 for £300 million before developing the team until its present value rose to as high as £4.5 billion,

John W. Henry himself confirmed to the Boston Sports Journal on Monday. that there will be no sale of clubs It is just an opportunity for new investors to invest only.

“I know a lot has been said about Liverpool Football Club. But I still hold on to the facts. We have only formally established an ongoing process,” said John Henry.

“Will we stay in England forever? No, are we going to sell Liverpool? No, are you talking to investors about Liverpool? Yes, will something happen there? I believe so.”

Henry, principal owner of Liverpool and founder of FSG, has now confirmed the club is not for sale.

The 73-year-old was asked about potential plans to sell the Boston Red Sox, and instead discussed the situation at Anfield. the UFABET report

“I know there has been a lot of conversation and quotes about LFC, but I keep to the facts: we merely formalised an ongoing process,” he replied.

“Will we be in England forever? No. Are we selling LFC? No. Are talking with investors about LFC? Yes.

“But there will be no sale. What have we sold in the past 20 years?”