American businessman Robert Kraft has revealed that he is still interested in buying Liverpool.
Kraft, 68, first attempted to invest in the club in 2005 but was outflanked by fellow American duo George Gillett and Tom Hicks.
The pair have endured a controversial reign, though and Kraft, who owns the NFL franchise the New England Patriots, admits he is still interested in buying the Anfield outfit.
Asked if he were still like to buy the Reds, he said: “Yeah, in the right situation. I love the game.
“I’ve said this before – I love competing with fair management – how well I can manage against you. [But] I don’t like losing and at some point it’s not economic, people just throwing money at it.
“I wanted to do the deal up there but in the end we only go into business ventures where we think we can compete at a high level. Because we like winning, and we like to win consistently.”