Liverpool poised for takeover

Liverpool host been drawn nearer by a Chinese party backed by the chinese administration wishing to purchase the Premier League goliaths, with a £800m offer being tabled. In the event that the arrangement experiences, the Reds could turn into England's wealthiest club. The offer set to place Liverpool as the Premier League's wealthiest club is being lead by Chinese speculations firm Everbright in association with China Investment Corporation (CIC), with the last association anticipated that would cover most of the paycheck. The two money related mammoths look to buyout current US proprietors Fenway Sports Group (FSG) who have designated budgetary counselors for the arrangement on the table. Allen and Co. keeping money are driving FSG's dialogs about the conceivable takeover. The Reds are positioned as the world's eighth wealthiest club as far as worth as per Forbes back in May, and this arrangement could see their quality and budgetary influence spike. Be that as it may, as composed by the Reuters on Sunday, a "senior source" at Anfield uncovered that FSG are not hoping to capitalize on Liverpool and that no uber cash offer was made. Be that as it may, the source declined to be named. Besides, CEO of the Reds, Ian Ayre, is cited by FT as saying: "We have no remark. There is no offered and we have no continuous speculation discourse of any sort with anybody." On the off chance that the claimed takeover were to happen, Jurgen Klopp's side could surpass Manchester United, Manchester City, and Chelsea in spending power.