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Liverpool’s morning round-up as Jordan Henderson leaves the training ground and Fenway Sports Group’s search for a placement comes to an end

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Liverpool morning tour for Friday 29th September.
Jordan Henderson was removed from the training ground

For those advocating Liverpool’s new look, there is one very specific change at the Reds’ training ground that pretty much sums it up.

Liverpool’s AXA training center is decorated with pictures and quotes from the best nights of the Jurgen Klopp era, but one former captain, Jordan Henderson, has now been dropped as he left for Al-Ettifaq in Saudi Arabia in the summer. .

Henderson previously pictured lifting the Premier League trophy in 2020 has now been replaced by Trent Alexander-Arnold holding the Champions League with the quote: “I’m just an ordinary boy from Liverpool whose dreams come true.”

With Alexander-Arnold now officially appointed as the club’s vice-captain, the recognition of his achievements at the age of 24 is a nice touch for the club as they continue to breathe new life into and out of the place. dam
Liverpool secures minority stake from Dynasty Equity

Fenway Sports Group’s search for an investment in Liverpool has ended, with the Reds’ owners confirming they are not looking for an exit from the club.

New York-based Dynasty Equity has taken a small minority stake in the club, and the move is aimed at paying off the club’s bank debt rather than funding the operation of the transfer market.

The value of the deal was not disclosed, but is believed to be between $100 million and $200 million. No changes will be made in the operational management of the football club.

Since November 2022, when it was revealed that FSG had created a sales pitch to present to potential investors, the investment debate has dominated much of the football club’s off-field conversation.

John W. FSG boss and Liverpool majority owner Henry made it clear at the start of the year that the club was not for sale and the deal with Dynasty Equity ends the ECHO’s understanding that no further action would be taken. the search for a minority partner is currently underway and the club is not and has never been for sale.

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