Liverpool fans are delighted after FSG put the club up for sale

‘This is the BEST day of my life’: Liverpool supporters celebrate after owners Fenway Sports Group put the club up for sale – with fans declaring they can ‘FINALLY sign players again’ as they look to compete with Man City

  • Liverpool fans are delighted after Fenway Sports Group put the club up for sale 
  • Supporters are hopeful that Liverpool could now receive further investment 
  • Fans have been heavily critical recently over the club’s transfer activity 

Liverpool fans have taken to Twitter to express their delight after owners Fenway Sports Group put the club up for sale. 

FSG, who are led by John W. Henry, have overseen significant success since purchasing Liverpool in 2010 but fans have been heavily critical recently regarding the club’s transfer activity.

Liverpool fans are now hopeful that there will be significant investment in new players under different owners after FSG said they would consider new shareholders.

Supporters are delighted after John W. Henry’s Fenway Sports Group put Liverpool up for sale

The news that Liverpool’s owners are ‘inviting offers’ for the club was met with delight on social media.

One Liverpool fan declared: ‘This is the best day of my life’.

Another wrote: ‘What a day #FSGOUT’.

Fans hope that having new owners could lead to greater investment in Jurgen Klopp’s team

Another wrote: ‘Yes yes yeeesssss’ accompanied by a video of Jurgen Klopp celebrating wildly.

One fan added: ‘We finally get to sign players again’.

Another wrote: ‘FSG willing to listen to offers for @LFC majority shares/ ownership is the best news I’ve heard all day’.

Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are set to help with the process of attempting to sell Liverpool.

Fans have reacted with delight to the news that FSG would be open to new shareholders

In a statement, FSG said that ‘under the right terms and conditions’ they would be open to selling the club.

‘FSG has frequently received expressions of interest from third parties seeking to become shareholders in Liverpool,’ FSG wrote.

‘FSG has said before that under the right terms and conditions we would consider new shareholders if it was in the best interests of Liverpool as a club.’

Liverpool won the league title in 2020 for the first time in 30 years and won the Champions League in 2019, while they lifted the FA Cup last season. 

This season, however, Liverpool have lacked consistency and are currently in eighth place in the Premier League.  

Liverpool beat Tottenham on Sunday but have lacked consistency so far this season

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