If a full-scale Liverpool sale does go ahead, it’s likely their situation within the transfer market would change, depending who is available in. But Werner’s comments also make it clear that FSG won’t rush into a choice and so they’re prepared to attend for the appropriate offer.
Liverpool have already had changes off the sector because of this of FSG being put up on the market with Mike Gordon stepping away from his usual role to oversee any possible transaction. “Mike Gordon has done a rare job of leading the club for the past decade-plus,” FSG partner Sam Kennedy said.
“He shall be taking a step back from that role and Billy Hogan shall be taking over increasingly more. Billy’s someone we’re particularly happy with within the Red Sox front office; he grew up in our organisation.”