FSG have formally confirmed their willingness to stay stewards of Liverpool Soccer Membership if they’ll’t discover a appropriate suitor.
This replace comes courtesy of Kevin Palmer on Twitter while John W. Henry and Co. proceed to discover choices out there.
FSG have confirmed publicly for the primary time that they’re ‘exploring’ the sale of the membership, however are comfortable to stay as Anfield house owners if they cannot do a deal #LFC
— Kevin Palmer (@RealKevinPalmer) November 18, 2022
The Individuals are already stated to be in talks with one group while Harris Blitzer Sports activities & Leisure stay a ‘real’ contender, although Tom Werner’s newest feedback on the matter might have thrown a spanner into the works.
“We’re exploring a sale, however there’s no urgency, no timeframe for us, and so far as I’m involved, it’s enterprise as ordinary,” the Reds’ chairman is quoted as telling the Boston Globe (through the Echo). “One consequence might be our continued stewardship for fairly some time.”
It goes to show, to a sure extent, that Fenway do certainly care an awesome deal concerning the legacy they depart behind at Anfield.
With the membership eyeing up potential signings like Jude Bellingham, after all, that information will not be taken nicely by followers universally, although it’s arguably a much better situation to see us stay in FSG’s palms than an organisation with human rights abuses or a popularity for incompetent decision-making.
Curiosity in Liverpool will persist and we’ve little doubt an acceptable get together can be recognized who can take us in the proper path.