Liverpool FC does have various serious bids on the table for the sale of the club before the October RBS 8th deadline.
A senior source close to Barclays Capital believes there to be some interest in the club, with “as many as five bidders at in-depth stages of due diligence” and a “Hong Kong-based investor leading the race” to take over at Anfield.
The bank, however, appears unwilling to offer any financial support to the potential investors, with the source stating there is “no chance of Barcap becoming involved with the debt financing of any takeover”.
However, Barclays Capital are reported to be becoming increasingly frustrated with the current owners. “Unrealistic valuations are driving us [BarCap] insane,” said the source. The insider also accused the American duo of being “unreachable”.
Most papers had stated that once Kenny Huang had pulled out of a possible deal, there were no other interested parties involved in buying Liverpool FC, however, now according to The Sports Review, there are serious bidders out there.
Lets hope it true and that the club will the proper owners at long last.