Sunday, 26 April 2009

Liverpool takeover rumours continue

The Sunday Express and The Daily Star are running the story that Liverpool Football club may be edging closer to a takeover or investment from abroad, with several wealthy individuals circling the club. John Richardson writing for the Express states that "Leading members of the Indian-GMR group owned by Grandhi Mallikarjun Rao, who is worth £4.2billion, were wined and dined by Hicks and Gillett after the mid-week Arsenal match. Hicks and Gillett are also in talks with one of Kuwait’s richest families. It is understood that Nasser Al Kharafi, worth £9bn, is considering a bid. Also looking on is Liverpool fan Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum of the Dubai ruling family."

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