‘Hopes for a full sale of Liverpool FC are gradually fading’

Sam Wallace provided an update on the current situation at Liverpool.

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Writing for The Telegraph, football correspondent Sam Wallace provided an update on the current situation at Liverpool FC. According to Wallace hopes of a full sale ‘are gradually fading’.

Reports in recent weeks have suggested that FSG prefer a partial sale rather than a full buy out.

Liverpool fans will be hopeful that no matter the outcome Jurgen Klopp will be given significant funds to bolster his aging side this summer.

Wallace broke the news in the past number of weeks of Liverpool’s interest in Matheus Nunes. Numerous other reporters have confirmed the news since.

Writing for The Telegraph, Wallace wrote:

“At Liverpool, hopes of a full sale are gradually fading and the compromise might be the sale of part of the club that raises funds that can be reinvested.


The relationship between Fenway Sports Group and Liverpool’s fanbase, if not in all quarters of it, is relatively becalmed, at least in comparison to United and the Glazers. For United a partial sale would be an option if £5 billion was too much, were it not for the Glazer dynamic.”

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