According to reports, there has been a change made in the ownership structure of Liverpool held by Fenway Sports Group.
The FSG ownership group disclosed in November that they were considering potential buyers for the Anfield club.
Since then, there has been a lot of speculation about new potential owners, but it would appear that there was very little substance to the rumors that were being spread.
And now, it has been reported by The Boston Globe in the United States that the Liverpool custodians have decided on a ‘partial sale’ rather than a full-fledged takeover on Merseyside. This news comes from the United Kingdom.
On his Instagram account, Jose Enrique shared the following reaction to the new information:
Enrique, a former left back for Liverpool, is technically correct when he says that we should only look at the financial side of things.
Many fans of the Anfield club won’t be overly eager to see the back of FSG as long as Jurgen Klopp is able to secure the same level of talent in the transfer market as usual.
Since their takeover on Merseyside, Liverpool have been enormously successful under the ownership of the Boston-based investors, and from the perspective of the club’s supporters, there isn’t a lot of animosity toward the owners.
The question that really matters is whether or not Jurgen Klopp’s team can still pose a threat out on the field.
In comparison to the 2021-22 season, in which Klopp’s squad came within a whisker of winning the quadruple, the quality of play has, without a doubt, taken a significant nosedive this season; however, there is no doubt that they will recover under the direction of their exceptional manager.
And Liverpool will be in a good place regardless of whether it is a partial sale or a full takeover of the club.