Liverpool's owner, Fenway Sports Group (FSG), remains unwilling to discuss selling the club outright or selling a majority shareholding, according to Bloomberg.

FSG has spoken about selling a minority stake in Liverpool and a group of Chinese investors are eyeing sinking cash into the Premier League giants.

The Chinese group, with PCP Capital Partners part of a group which also includes Hong Kong based China Everbright Group, has until now valued Liverpool at the £750m mark

However, it is claimed that due to higher broadcasting revenue and the impending increase in Anfield's capacity, the group is willing to nudge its valuation closer to the £1 billion mark.

However, FSG has no interest in selling Liverpool outright or allowing a majority shareholding to be bought, with just a minority stake available for the right price.


FSG snapped up Liverpool for around £300m in October 2010 and has come under fire from some fans due to the club's lack of success since it took control, along with a much-debated transfer policy.

This summer, Liverpool made a profit on their transfer dealings and have also headed into the season playing midfielder James Milner at left-back after manager Jurgen Klopp deemed Alberto Moreno not up to the task.