BeIN sport presenter Richard Keys has claimed that according to one of his associates, Moshiri is considering ending his ownership of the club and is willing to listen to offers of £500m for his 92% stake.
Keys also says that Usmanov has lost interest in providing financial backing for Moshiri's project by way of sponsorships by USM Holdings.
According to the Liverpool Echo, however, both camps have denied Keys's assertions.
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1 Posted 30/11/2021 at 19:29:12
2 Posted 30/11/2021 at 19:35:18
3 Posted 30/11/2021 at 19:48:57
4 Posted 30/11/2021 at 23:55:53
That said, If they're daft enough, which very well might equal 'even dafter than Moshiri', would you want them?
Out of our hands anyway.
I hope Benitez wins his reputed internal power struggle, even as "Agent Rafa" can he do any worse?
Jeez; This is how low we are – it's an Arsenic vs Cyanide choice.
5 Posted 01/12/2021 at 10:53:47
I must advise you that at the next meeting of WOMEN (World Organisation of Melon Enjoying Nations) I am hoping to pass a motion that WOMEN can keep abreast of the situation and insert a member into MUFF (Mexican Union of Fruit Farmers) and keep their finger on the CLIT (Confederation of Licenced Improved Taste) as they squeeze their melons.
6 Posted 01/12/2021 at 18:48:12
7 Posted 01/12/2021 at 18:52:43
8 Posted 01/12/2021 at 18:53:57
9 Posted 02/12/2021 at 10:21:23
Probably feelers have been put out to get a valuation. Accountants always like verifiable figures.
I think you could be right there could be a power struggle developing between Brands and Benitez. Brands is the Board's frontline and was no help at all during the Summer, regarding budgets. Benitez will not want to be caught out again in subsequent Transfer Windows. He also may not be impressed with Brands's potential player output from scouting and the Academy.
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