A billionaire Chinese businessman Kenny Huang, who is credited as a Wall Street stockbroker and head of Hong Kong-based investment company QSL Sports Ltd may own Liverpool soon. The Premier League club have been on the market since April.
Huang's agents are said to have been talking to Royal Bank Of Scotland who are owed £237million by the club's American co-owners Hicks and George Gillett. The Americans bought the Anfield side for about £435m 3 years back, but now want £600m for their stake.
A Syrian businessman Yahya Kirdi, a former international player, is claimed to have been interested in the buying Liverpool as well.