Liverpool President Tom Werner confirmed that the Fenway Sports Group, which owns the Premier League club, is considering selling it, but without rushing to reach any agreement.

Fenway Sports Group, which completed the 300 million pound ($358 million) takeover of Liverpool earlier this month, responded to reports of the sale by saying it would consider bringing in investors if it was in the “best interest” of Liverpool.

Werner told the Boston Globe: We are considering selling, but without hurry, there is no time frame that defines us, and as far as I know it is about business as usual.

He added: One of the expected results is that we may continue the administration for some time.

Team coach Juergen Klopp confirmed last week that the potential change in Liverpool ownership would not affect his commitment to the club, and played down the idea of ​​selling.

Since the American group acquired the club, Liverpool won its first title in the Premier League era in the 2019-2020 season, while it reached the Champions League final three times under Klopp’s leadership, and crowned the continental title in 2019.

They are now sixth in the league with 22 points from 14 games, with the competition currently suspended due to the World Cup in Qatar.

Earlier this year, Russian Roman Abramovich completed the sale of Chelsea Football Club to an investment group led by Todd Boyle and Clearlake Capital for £4.5 billion.

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