UAE billionaire investors seals Liverpool takeover


The Dubai Royal family have already met FSG asking price to sell Liverpool Football Club according to a report

Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum

It has been gathered that Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, the current ruler of Dubai and founder of Dubai International Capital has scheduled a meeting with Liverpool owners over the purchase of the club.

A close source to the oil wealthy royal house disclosed that the handover of Liverpool FC is possible within the international holidays amid the World Cup in Qatar.

Liverpool will have friendly matches at Dubai after the World Cup and will have their World Cup camp in the UAE capital.

According to the source, talks to handover the club to the Dubai International Capital (DIC) will be held at this point.

FSG reportedly want around £3.5bn to completely part ways with Liverpool.

American group, Harris Blitzer Sports and Entertainment are the latest name mentioned as a keen candidate to buy the Merseyside club. But from what has been gathered so far, Liverpool may soon have a new owner from the gulf states.

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