The BBC has reported that Liverpool's owners have been given a £400m take-it-or-leave-it offer from Dubai International Capital to buy the club.
Despite denials, the truth is the Americans George Gillett and Tom Hicks have all along been in talks with DIC, the Government-run Dubai investment fund, to sell the club.
An offer of £400m has been made by DIC.
Yet, the greedy Americans are still holding out in the hope that more would be put on the table for them. Talk about being greedy capitalists!
This has prompted the DIC big guns to comment that it's not easy to make a deal with the Americans because “they are in dreamland about valuations."
Gillett and Hicks have owned Liverpool for barely a year and they have done enough damages already. They undermined the manager’s position by openly talking to a possible replacement manager. This has no doubt affected the club's performance on field. And they have saddled the club with more debts after their refinancing package in January.
Yet, even in retreat, they are still trying to milk the most out of their one year’s plundering of the club.
Take your money and go you greedy Americans.
Your coming to Anfield has been a black period in the history of this special club.