Bid rejected: FSG knock back £3bn Middle Eastern offer for Liverpool F.C

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Liverpool owners FSG have rejected a £3bn bid for the club in wake of the European Super League fiasco, according to the Mirror.

Reds fans across the country, and even the world, were left outraged earlier this week, with Liverpool having been one of 12 clubs to sign up to the plans for the breakaway European Super League.

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While the fans’ voices were heard, Liverpool, and the others, withdrew from the competition AND John Henry made a rare address to the camera to apologise, it’s going to take a lot for the fanbase to forgive their ownership.

As per the Mirror, FSG were presented with an opportunity to jump ship, with an unnamed Middle Eastern bidder having tabled £3bn in an attempt to tempt John Henry into cashing in. However, it was rejected.

Ultimately, if John Henry and his partners were ready to give up on their investment in Liverpool, he would never have made a public address to the supporters in hope of repairing the relationship.

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