Jurgen Klopp FSG likely to react to Liverpool sale

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp insists he is ‘very positive’ about the club’s ownership situation after it was revealed FSG are welcoming offers.

The Americans have confirmed they will ‘consider a new shareholder’, with reports that a full takeover is on the table and a sales presentation has been prepared for potential buyers.

In recent years, FSG has overseen Liverpool’s greatest era since the 1980s, with the Premier League, Champions League, FA Cup, League Cup and Club World Cup trophies coming to Anfield.

With new owners potentially in place, or at least the process receiving plenty of time and attention from the top, Klopp seems pretty confident that the day-to-day won’t really change – especially on the horizon. With important transfer windows.

“It’s not about money, you have to plan. It’s definitely going on, that’s clear. I’m very positive about the whole thing because either way it’s going to be fine,” Klopp said on Friday. said to

“I have a really close relationship with the owners and I always knew what we could and couldn’t do. When we were arguing, it’s not like I ask something, they say no and I stop asking. I give

“It’s a lot of discussion before we talk to you. Now it’s time to see what we do. It’s not decided what we’ll do in the winter.

“We really have to see, we have time before that and we follow the market all the time, every day. There is no player in the world who scores goals and we don’t know it. That’s the way it is, keep it going. “That’s clear. Everyone else, we’re not involved in those things and that’s fine. We have to focus on football and that’s what we’ll do.”

UFC star Conor McGregor, although a fan of Manchester United, has already expressed his interest in buying Liverpool, reiterating his long-held aim of owning the football club.

But Sir Jim Ratcliffe, also a Manchester United fan and widely regarded as Britain’s richest man, ruled out buying any Premier League club, intending to focus on his current asset OGC Nice. Is.

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