Qatar Consortium Did Not Bid to Buy Liverpool Because of FSG

According to reports from Football Insider, the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) decided against making an offer for a share in Liverpool Football Club

because they thought the Fenway Sports Group's (FSG) valuation methodology for the team was flawed.

FSG revealed in November 2022 that they intended to look for outside funding for Liverpool, 

either in the form of a complete or partial buyout, valuing the team at about £4 billion.

Now, it appears that the Boston-based consortium still values the club at the same amount but is trying to sell a minority ownership.

This is not far off from the £4.5 billion the Glazer family anticipates receiving when they choose Manchester United's new owners.

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