LFC may become Liverpool Ambani Club soon in England

One of the top tycoons of India seems interested in Football too after Cricket. Mukesh Ambani of the Mumbai Indians, enters race to purchase Liverpool Football Club, as per the reports.

The well known English Premier League giants for some reasons are seen put up for sale by their current owners. The current owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) had who bought the Merseyside club twelve years ago in the year 2010. The FSG has reportedly appointed Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs for the assistance in the selling of the team.

Now in London being one of the biggest city of Football lovers in Europe, the sale and the new buyer both have become the talk of the town. Once the Indian billionaire is now sitting among the buyers, the race to bid for world-renowned English football club has become interesting.

The news of the Liverpool FC’s takeover with its new buyer has been reported in the English media. The media report reveals that the FSG are planning to sell the club for around 4 billion British pounds.

Being the world’s eighth richest man, Ambani has enquired about the LFC, the British media reports. The others in the fray expecting the purchase include parties from the USA and Gulf.

The chairman and managing director of Reliance Industries, Mukesh Ambani’s interest in buying the LFC has not been yet confirmed.