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Liverpool Football Club is expected to reveal plans for the expansion of its stadium in Anfield later today.

It’s been a busy week for Manchester United Football Club, which has revealed plans to raise around $330 million (£210 million) in a share listing in New York.

Chinese billionaire, Kenny Huang, and Indian investor, Ahasan Ali Syed, are among the latest foreign suitors to be linked with possible takeovers of two of the North West’s biggest football clubs.

The American owners of Liverpool Football Club have announced their intentions to sell the debt-ridden club.

Martin Broughton, the chairman of British Airways has been appointed chairman of Liverpool Football Club.

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