Liverpool’s minority shareholder, NBA star LeBron James, has increased his stake in the club.
Fenway Sports (FSG), an American group that owns Liverpool, announced that LeBron James set to climb stake in defending Premier League champion. The Lakers player and his associates, Maverick Carter and Paul Wachter, were minority shareholders. They owned 2% of the Reds. No information has been released as to the height of his new participation other than that the two sides have entered into a Boston-based sports and entertainment partnership.
The quadruple NBA champion is also a shareholder in a baseball franchise (Boston Red Sox in MLB), in a sports management company, in a regional sports cable network and in Roush Fenway Racing, a NASCAR stable (stock car races). because in the United States).
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FSG has also entered into an agreement with the investment fund RedBird Capital Partners. This will allow the Reds to be able to carry out the work of enlarging the “Anfield Road StandOf its stadium, which will increase the enclosure from 54,000 to 61,000 seats.
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