Liverpool up for sale
Liverpool owners have already begun talks to billionaire entrepreneur Nasser Al-Kharafi. The current owners which promised several things to Liverpool fans, including a new stadium which was projected to cost over 400 million pounds really didn't deliver and now are open to negotiations on a possible sale of part of the team or the team as a whole.
Liverpool's American owners have begun trying to sell the club and have held preliminary discussions with representatives of Kuwaiti tycoon Nasser Al-Kharafi, it emerged on Friday.
The owners, George Gillett and Tom Hicks, have run into serious financing problems and are now prepared to sell all or part of their stakes provided a buyer matches their valuation of the business at more than 500 million pounds.
As for those wondering if Nasser Al-Kharafi is the only interested in a possible buy of Liverpool according to the Liverpool Echo newspaper there are also prominet European businessman which have also expressed their interest in a possible acquisition.