- Manchester United after terminating Cristiano Ronaldo's contract this week also said the club is exploring options for investors or full sale
- Liverpool owners FSG also announced weeks ago they would be willing to listen to offers for a full sale for the Merseyside club
- The news has put Chelsea and Arsenal who are also owned by American owners on red alert such could happen to their clubs sooner or later
All four clubs are owned by American owners with Chelsea recently purchased for £4.25bn by Todd Boehly Clearlake consortium, while Arsenal have been owned fully by Kroenke Sports and Entertainment since 2011.
There had been concerns on the operating model of American owners in the league. They run the clubs mostly for profit and their football investment in the clubs are limited.
Glazers eye record fee to sell
Manchester United terminated Ronaldo's contract and owners the Glazers family also announced they will listen to offers of partial investment or full takeover for the club.
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Sports Brief earlier reported the Glazers want a world record fee to sell the club they purchased for £790m in 2005 mostly with debt which has remained largely unpaid.
Though the Glazers are open to a full sale, some United fans believe it's an old trick to get more investors in while they retain majority share and continue as owners of the club.
Liverpool approached by Indian billionaire
Indian billionaire Mukesh Ambani has approached FSG for a sale. Ambani is worth $91bn according to Forbes (as of the time of this report.) He owns Indian cricket club Mumbai Indians and is regarded as the world richest sport owner.
Source: Sports Brief News