A Thai media tycoon has insisted his consortium is still interested in purchasing a 30% stake in Liverpool.
The consortium is still courting potential investors
The Anfield club's chief executive Rick Parry said talks with the group had gone "pretty quiet".
But Paiboon Damrongchaitham, chairman of GMM Grammy entertainment, said that was a "misunderstanding" and discussions were ongoing.
Damrongchaitham has been speaking to potential investors in order to raise the estimated £66m required.
An earlier Thai offer - from Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra - collapsed after a public outcry in Thailand.
Thaksin had wanted his administration to invest £63m for a 30% stake in the Anfield club