Check Out “Liverpool’s owners will sell a minority stake to pay off debts.” According to The Times, Fenway Sports Group would sell a portion of its Premier League stake to American sports investment business Dynasty Equity for £80 million to £160 million.

The investment will assist the club pay for the enlargement of the Anfield Road stand at their stadium, which is still under development, and the purchase of their former Melwood training complex, which is now used by their women’s team and academy.

Although the deal would not allow Jurgen Klopp to spend more in the summer window, it will help eliminate the club’s debt.

Liverpool's Owners Will Sell A Minority Stake To Pay Off Debts
Liverpool’s Owners Will Sell A Minority Stake To Pay Off Debts

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Darren Bent has joined Arsenal fans in pushing for Emile Smith Rowe to replace Kai Havertz in the starting XI.

The firm Gooner and talkSPORT host was ‘annoyed’ by Mikel Arteta after the manager said Smith Rowe must prove he can play at the elite level before being selected more often.

Smith Rowe helped Arteta rescue his job two years ago, so Bent thinks he has a short memory.

Bent believes Smith Rowe should return to the first team following a strong Champions League and Carabao Cup performance.

“I don’t get it,” the Drivetime host stated of Smith Rowe’s cameo.

“Arteta said, ‘It’s up to Emile Smith Rowe to prove he can play this level’ – what? It seems Arteta has a short memory.

I admire Arteta, but in 2021/22, when his job was on the line and he was battling, who carried him through? Saka, Smith Rowe.

Ten Premier League goals that season, then injuries the following season and has been injury-prone since.

“But to say he has to prove he can play at this level is crazy.

I’d rather play Emile Smith Rowe every day of the week than Kai Havertz!

Arteta seems determined to work with Havertz and prove him correct, but we’re not seeing it.

“When Smith Rowe came on in the Champions League against PSV, the crowd went crazy because they know how good he is.

I expect Smith Rowe to get more minutes and think he deserves it.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin’s return to scoring form has Sean Dyche optimistic his bad luck is over.

The forward has had repeated injury issues in recent seasons, and the Toffees are missing their top goalscorer.

As Everton attempt to end their winless start to the Premier League season, Dyche expects Calvert-Lewin will score in back-to-back games against Luton this weekend.

The manager remarked in his pre-match press conference today: “I’m pleased for [Calvert-Lewin]. We’ve tried to avoid the strain of always putting him back in, which hopefully will pay off for him and us.

I think he looked sharp and is regaining first-team football. He can only get fitter and sharper.

I’m satisfied with our attacking options and efforts to get more bodies in the box and quality chances.

“We want the whole team to understand that if we have more people who can deliver in important areas, it’s not just about one or two players.We continually emphasize the team mindset.

We must score goals, and we’re seeing the team can do so, which is wonderful.

“Goodison’s crowd, noise, and feel are great. It’s about those closing minutes, the clinical side of the performance, and we’re showing flashes of that cutting edge.”