EXCLUSIVE: Saudi Arabia investors could buy Manchester United or Liverpool

Exclusive: saudi arabia investors could buy manchester united or liverpool

Sky News published this video item, entitled “EXCLUSIVE: Saudi Arabia investors could buy Manchester United or Liverpool” – below is their description.

Sports minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al-Faisal revealed the country’s latest sporting ambitions in an interview with Sky News.

He says Saudi Arabia wants its investors to take over Manchester United and Liverpool – and hopes Cristiano Ronaldo comes to play in its domestic league.

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