Darwin Nunez transfer claim made as Saudi Arabian government speak out on Liverpool takeover

Liverpool morning recap for Friday 25 November.

Núñez sent a heartfelt message to Uruguay at the World Cup

Two former Premier League stars and two international stars shared opposing views on Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez’s performance in the opening match of the World Cup in Uruguay.

Nunez played on the left of a three-man attack as Uruguay kicked off their campaign in Qatar with a goalless draw with South Korea on Thursday. One of the men watching the BBC closely was former Everton defender Ashley Williams, who captained Wales during his playing days.

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And although the Liverpool player admired the former Everton defender, he failed to impress former Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal defender Sol Campbell, who like Williams was a crowned international in his playing days.

Charlotte Coates has the full story here.

The government of Saudi Arabia is talking about a possible takeover of Liverpool by Liverpool

The Saudi sports minister stated that the Saudi government would “definitely” support private sector bids for Liverpool and Manchester United.

Speaking to BBC Sport, Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal said there is a lot of “interest and appetite” in the two clubs, both of which have seen their owners open themselves to either a partial investment or a full sale over the past two years. weeks.

Fenway Sports Group, which owns Liverpool, has expanded its investment search by selling shares to listen to offers for the club two weeks ago. It was a move the Glazer family followed suit at United on Tuesday.

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Dave Powell’s full story here.

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