Didato said Prince Faisal was flexible about how big a stake he might take at Anfield.
"His Highness does not need to be a majority shareholder and a takeover has not been his focus," he said.
Last week Hicks and Gillett issued a statement in response to reports that Prince Faisal was ready to bid for a 50% stake in Liverpool.
The duo admitted they were looking to attract new investment to the club but added: "The process is at an early stage, there is no agreement with any party and reports to the contrary are wholly inaccurate."
F6 has already signed a memorandum of understanding with Liverpool which will lead to the creation of football academies in North Africa and the Middle East and the deal also covered the possible establishment of a Nascar franchise in the area.
Didato insisted Prince Faisal's involvement with Liverpool could only be a good thing for the club and its fans.
"His Highness is an extraordinary man who is passionate about football," he said. "He has a tremendous respect for Liverpool and their fan base.
"He only wants what is best for them and is one of those rare breeds of investor who is in it for the long haul."
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