The American has previously played an important role in extending the contract of Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp.
According to Sky Sports’ Dharmesh Sheth, Liverpool fans could be concerned about FSG’s potential investment in the club whilst it is up for sale.
The club were put up for sale at the beginning of the month, with FSG having owned the club for over a decade.
In an attempt to find a sensible buyer for the club, FSG have appointed Mike Gordon internally to help with the process of selling the club.
According to the Liverpool Echo, the American has previously played an important role in extending the contract of manager Jürgen Klopp, and was FSG’s third-highest stakeholder before RedBird Capital’s investment in April 2021.
The same source reports that the USA owners will be looking at a price of around £4bn to sell the club, after their £300m purchase in October 2010.
Sheth says that Liverpool fans may have some concerns about the immediate future, whilst the owners are in the process of selling the club.
Sheth told GIVEMESPORT: “I think two things would need to be taken into account here, and I think this is what Liverpool fans would be worried about a little bit, is that are FSG looking to sell or just bring in investment to compete with the likes of Man City and the up-and-coming Newcastle United? So that’s number one.
“And number two, while the takeover is happening, or this new investment is trying to be lured into the club, what are FSG going to do?
“Are they going to invest in that time, in that interim period?
“Because if you put yourselves in their position, if you’re selling the club, it’s very unlikely that you’d want to go out and make big outlays on transfers.”
The Reds currently sit sixth in the Premier League, seven points behind fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur and 15 points behind league leaders Arsenal.
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