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A Saudi prince has revealed that he is set to make a significant investment in an English club.

 

"We are currently seeking to buy 50 per cent of the shares in the club which is now suffering with debts worth £245million," Fahd bin Abdullah, who chairs private firm F6 and a Saudi-based holding firm called Fama Group, was quoted as saying in Al-Riyadh.

 

"The transaction, upon which a decision is close to be reached, will be worth 200 to 350million pounds."

 

A spokesman for Fama has declined to comment on the matter, but it appears that the Premier League could be set to welcome further money from the Middle East.

 

Manchester City were acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group last summer and have benefitted considerably from that deal

 

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A Saudi prince has revealed that he is set to make a significant investment in an English club.

 

"We are currently seeking to buy 50 per cent of the shares in the club which is now suffering with debts worth £245million," Fahd bin Abdullah, who chairs private firm F6 and a Saudi-based holding firm called Fama Group, was quoted as saying in Al-Riyadh.

 

"The transaction, upon which a decision is close to be reached, will be worth 200 to 350million pounds."

 

A spokesman for Fama has declined to comment on the matter, but it appears that the Premier League could be set to welcome further money from the Middle East.

 

Manchester City were acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group last summer and have benefitted considerably from that deal

 

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Would the above suggest not?

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A Saudi prince has revealed that he is set to make a significant investment in an English club.

 

"We are currently seeking to buy 50 per cent of the shares in the club which is now suffering with debts worth £245million," Fahd bin Abdullah, who chairs private firm F6 and a Saudi-based holding firm called Fama Group, was quoted as saying in Al-Riyadh.

 

"The transaction, upon which a decision is close to be reached, will be worth 200 to 350million pounds."

 

A spokesman for Fama has declined to comment on the matter, but it appears that the Premier League could be set to welcome further money from the Middle East.

 

Manchester City were acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group last summer and have benefitted considerably from that deal

 

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Would the above suggest not?

 

Thats a guess by yahoo sport

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A Saudi prince has revealed that he is set to make a significant investment in an English club.

 

"We are currently seeking to buy 50 per cent of the shares in the club which is now suffering with debts worth £245million," Fahd bin Abdullah, who chairs private firm F6 and a Saudi-based holding firm called Fama Group, was quoted as saying in Al-Riyadh.

 

"The transaction, upon which a decision is close to be reached, will be worth 200 to 350million pounds."

 

A spokesman for Fama has declined to comment on the matter, but it appears that the Premier League could be set to welcome further money from the Middle East.

 

Manchester City were acquired by the Abu Dhabi United Group last summer and have benefitted considerably from that deal

 

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Would the above suggest not?

 

Thats a guess by yahoo sport

 

Which has been lifted from the red tops.

 

Also the guy in question was at the Liverpool Vs Hull match yesterday right next to Hicks.

 

Think that's thread over tbh. (unfortunately)

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liverpool man

 

read the news

 

Well i thought that but i was of the understanding they have 450 million of debt, and the rest of the big 3 similar.

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They have bought SHARES.

 

You can't buy shares unless the company is floated.  :facepalm:

 

Not 100% on that, Liverpool are not floated.

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They have bought SHARES.

 

You can't buy shares unless the company is floated.  :facepalm:

 

You can. :lol:

 

You can't in my company.

 

 

you can buy shares if they are offered for sale, regardless if the company is floated or not.

 

 

 

i think.

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