Liverpool owners interested in Brazilian club – FSG could be solution as Everton watch on – Sport Witness

In the past few weeks, we’ve been covering a few stories from Brazil which show that Vasco da Gama, just like Everton, have been worried about 777 Partners.

The Rio de Janeiro club, who are still in the process of being taken over by the American group, have big worries about their real financial capacity. They’ve recently opened a lawsuit demanding guarantees that the businessmen will have the power to make the promised investment, otherwise they want the end of the partnership.

While there’s this big legal fight, with Everton fans watching on closely, Liverpool’s owners could come out as a solution. That’s at least according to Globo Esporte.

The outlet claims that there have been some approaches from people who are interested in buying 777’s shares at Vasco, and Fenway Sports Group is one of them.

777 Partners so far have 31% of the Brazilian club’s shares, and other 39% depends on the investments they’re supposed to make in the next couple of years.

It’s said the Liverpool owners made contact showing their interest in making Vasco one of their pieces in a multi-club network, similar to the City Group, and could buy the shares that 777 already have.

Thera are no advanced talks yet, though, with Globo Esporte claiming that other businessmen are also watching the situation and evaluating the possibility of a bid.

That’s something interesting for Liverpool fans to hear, though, as a partnership with a traditional Brazilian club could be a good asset for transfer market plans in South America in future.

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