Now Ambani is going to step into another sports sector

New Delhi: Asia's second and world's eighth richest person, Indian industrialist Mukesh Ambani is about to make a big deal. Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) chairman and owner of IPL team Mumbai Indians is now increasing his dominance in the sports sector and soon football club Liverpool may join his portfolio. 

According to media reports, the deal of the world's most famous football club Liverpool may be finalized soon. That is, now its command can come in the hands of the new owner. According to reports, Mukesh Ambani has done an investigation regarding Liverpool club and there are reports that he is preparing to buy it. It is worth mentioning that even about a decade ago, he had expressed his desire to buy it in partnership.  

According to the report, Fenway Sports Group (FSG), the current owner of Football Club Liverpool, wants to sell it and a price of 4 billion pounds (about Rs 381 billion) has been set for the club by the group. However, in the race to buy it, Ambani will compete with the Middle East and America. If Mukesh Ambani completes this deal, it will be a big achievement and India will be stunned in England. 

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