Liverpool is the latest Premier League football team to be touted for sale.
Following the announcement that Manchester United is also for sale, the Reds will aim to attract suitors as soon as possible.
Fenway Sports Group has owned Liverpool for the previous 12 years and has had significant success.
The Reds ultimately won their first Premier League title under Jurgen Klopp.
They also added a sixth Champions League trophy to their impressive cabinet in 2019.
The company appears to be ready to sell the club immediately, with Goldman Sachs valuing Liverpool at £3.5 billion.
The Liverpool Echo now believes that HBSE, a company owned by billionaires Josh Harris and David Blitzer, wants to buy the club.
HBSE is similar to Fenway Park in that they own American sports teams.
Harris and Blitzer already own large stakes in NBA, NHL, and MLS teams.
Liverpool could now be added to that impressive list.
The pair should be well-versed in Premier League affairs already.
They already own an 18% share in Crystal Palace, which would likely have to be sold if they took over Liverpool.
Blitzer is part of an investment group that owns stakes in a number of European clubs.
This comprises Brondby of Denmark and FC Augsburg of the Bundesliga.
If Chelsea’s recent transfer dealings are any indication, new US funding might provide Liverpool with plenty of dollars in the transfer market.
This may enable them to fight with Real Madrid and Manchester City for the signing of their most exciting transfer target.