Mukesh Ambani is interested in purchasing the Premier League football team Liverpool
Mukesh Ambani, the head of Reliance Industries, is said to be interested in buying the Premier League football team Liverpool, whose current owners, Fenway Sports Group Holdings, LLC, want to sell the team for 2.7 billion pounds. Steve Ballmer, who owns the LA Clippers, and DIC have also shown interest in buying the football club. A news story that was first printed in an English newspaper has caused a lot of talk on social media sites. So far, neither Reliance Industries nor Fenway Sports Group has said anything about it.
Mukesh Ambani is the CEO of Reliance Industries and has a net worth of $90.7 billion. This makes him the eighth richest person in the world. Reliance Industries is a multinational conglomerate that says it has the largest market capitalization in the Indian capital markets. John Houlding started the Liverpool Football Club in 1892. It is based in Liverpool, which is in the city of London. With 4,100 million dollars, Liverpool FC is the fifth most valuable football club in the world as of 2021.
Mukesh Ambani is the owner of the Mumbai Indians cricket team in the Indian Premier League. He was a big part of the Indian Super League, which brought professional club football to India. It’s also important to know that this is not the first time Ambani has tried to buy a majority stake in Liverpool FC.
In 2009 and 2010, there were rumors that the Indian business tycoon was going to buy a 51 percent stake in the century-old club from its former owners, Tom Hicks, and George Gillett. Mukesh Ambani’s plan to take over was also planned by Subrata Roy, an Indian business leader. A spokesperson for Mukesh Ambani later said that this was not true. Christian Purslow, who was CEO at the time, also said that Ambani never tried to do anything like that. Later that year, the football club was bought by Fenway Sports Group.
There are also rumors that Mukesh Ambani will keep Jürgen Klopp as manager and is willing to spend millions of dollars to bring in new players to make the club more exciting. If the deal goes through and the Indian business mogul buys the English club, it will be hard for other football teams in the English Premier League to match the finances. Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley have been hired by Fenway Sports Group to work as bankers for the sale.