Rival Liverpool bidder owns Man United-themed bars

Rival Liverpool bidder owns Man United-themed bars

The Singapore-based consortium also interested in Liverpool FC have emerged as being led by billionaire Peter Lim.

Lim is said to be still interested in taking over the club but will only be able to do so if Liverpool owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett win the court case.

Lim owns several Manchester United-themed bars in Asia and according to Forbes magazine is said to have a £1bn (€1.14bn) fortune.

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