Liverpool’s American owner John Henry has said there are no plans to sell the Premier League club after the Merseyside outfit’s owners said in November they were exploring a sale. He stressed that Fenway Sports Group were only looking for an additional investment.
Under their ownership, Liverpool has restored their place at the top table of English and European football, winning the 2019 Champions League final, claiming a first league title in 30 years the following season as well as adding the league and FA Cup trophies last term.
The club is valued by Forbes at around $4.45 billion, however, FSG have been criticized by fans for a lack of investment in new players this season.
Liverpool’s rivals Manchester United, owned by the American Glazer family, are also exploring a sale, with confirmed bids from British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS and Sheikh Jassim Bin Hamad Al Thani, a son of Qatar’s former prime minister.