BREAKING: Liverpool owners look to major media companies to provide the club with investment

FSG are consulting with major media companies to own a minority stake in the club

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Liverpool fans are crying out for a change in ownership following their recent decline in performances.

Jurgen Klopp previously had his side firing on all cylinders and competing at the highest level in Europe, whilst maintaining form and performances domestically.

Fenway Sports Group (FSG) have remained relatively quiet amid the whole debacle, but are now looking to involve major media companies to take a minority stake in the club, as per the Telegraph.

The club’s US ownership has recently announced that a partial sale is in the works, which will aid Liverpool’s player overhaul in the summer.

The Telegraph also reports that the size of the stake that FSG are likely to sell is yet to be understood, but Chelsea’s big money sale last year has raised eyebrows among ownership groups.

Owners of the Atlanta Braves baseball team and Formula One, Liberty Media, are in pole position as a possible investor, but the Liverpool faithful may not take too kindly to the thought of FSG not selling the club as a whole entity.

Liberty Media have a wealth of experience in the intriguing world of sport and have shown interest in exploring new investing avenues.

Increases in investment, however, are seen solely as a positive as it would allow the squad to be reinvigorated in the hopes that Liverpool return to the Premier League force they have shown to be.

Despite advances in consultation, the situation is still very well up in the air due to their current owner’s silence on the issue at hand.

Investment from Liberty Media, however, would offer Liverpool a fresh area of new expertise and a revolution on the media side of things.

FSG and Liberty Media have worked together previously in the field of baseball, so the idea of a cohesive partnership should excite Liverpool fans of what might unravel in the coming months.

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