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The Champions League is nearing a new campaign, but can Man Utd retain their title? See all the latest 2008/09 outright betting here.

Dubai International Capital (DIC) have confirmed they are no longer interested in buying Liverpool.

DIC were keen to purchase Reds co-owner George Gillett’s half of the club earlier this year, but business partner Tom Hicks broke off discussions.

However, DIC have stated they are not planning a fresh bid for Liverpool nor are they in talks with any other side from England’s top flight.

The statement said: “Following inaccurate speculation regarding DIC and Liverpool FC, DIC can confirm that it is not involved in any negotiations to buy LFC and can confirm that it is not planning a fresh bid for LFC or any other football club.

“Nor is DIC or any other Dubai-based party aware of any consortium or vehicle involved in a bid.

“DIC has not mandated PCP to act for DIC or to act for them in any matter whatsoever. DIC would like to wish LFC and its fans a successful future.”

The Champions League is nearing a new campaign, but can Man Utd retain their title? See all the latest 2008/09 outright betting here.

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