Mukesh Ambani, the world’s eighth-richest man, has approached Liverpool after the club was put up for sale by the Fenway Sports Group.
Earlier today, it was claimed that Indian businessman Mukesh Ambani, who is understood to have a net worth of £90 billion, had made an inquiry about a possible sale.
To be in charge of a football club, you have to be a multibillionaire, and that is the status of the Indian businessman Ambani, who is comfortably on Forbes’ list of the richest men in the world.
If Ambani is really serious about getting one of the most popular football clubs in the world, he can fend off interest from other interested parties in the United States with a huge offer.
The 65-year-old billionaire is known as the richest sports team owner because he is one of the owners of IPL cricket team Mumbai Indians, and he has helped set up the Indian Football Super League.
He had made different contributions to supporting activities in the country. In India, cricket is the most loved sport, but football is growing at a rapid pace, with particular interest in Liverpool.
The Indian billionaire is a football lover and will be ready to invest heavily in the transfer window to make Liverpool a team to compete for silverware.
Investing in the squad has always been what the manager and fans have craved for. The FSG are looking for new shareholders to invest in the club and would also allow the full sale of the club.
To explore the possibility of an investment in the club or a full acquisition, Fenway hired investment banks Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley.
Liverpool has indeed reached three European Cup finals during their leadership, and in 2019 they won the Champions League.
As of October 2015, they have been led by Jurgen Klopp, and they have also ended a 30-year drought for an English championship.
While the 2022–23 season has been utterly disappointing for Jurgen Klopp’s team thus far, they still have a chance to succeed in the Champions League and both domestic cup competitions.
They currently trail Premier League leaders Arsenal by 15 points.
During their tenure, Fenway Sport Group has also spent £1.254 billion on transfers. Since taking over, we have ranked all 77 of their acquisitions in order of worst to greatest.
Despite their success, there is still the perception that FSG cannot compete with some of the Premier League’s wealthier owners.
Who is Mukesh Ambani?
The Indian billionaire was born on April 15, 1957. As of September 6, 2022, the billionaire was worth $95.7 billion. He is the second-richest man in Asia. The billionaire went to St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai.
He also went to an institution of chemical technology and went to Stanford University, where he dropped out.