Football - Liverpool v Norwich City - Barclays Premier League - Anfield - 20/9/15. General view outside the ground before the game. Action Images via Reuters / Alex Morton/ File PhotoLivepic
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The American owners of Liverpool, one of the most famous teams in English soccer, are not planning to sell, a senior source at the club said Sunday, after reports that a Chinese-backed consortium wanted to buy a sizable stake.Earlier this week, chairman Tom Werner denied Liverpool were up for sale while chief executive Ian Ayre said the club were not engaged in investment discussions with anyone. The source said that did not mean there was no interest in the club.Other recent recipients of Chinese backing include English clubs Aston Villa, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Inter Milan while Manchester City and Atletico Madrid have significant minority investments from the country.
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