Former New York stock broker Huang admitted his interest on Wednesday and is thought to value the club at about £325m.
Reports on Thursday had suggested Huang's interest in Liverpool is backed by CIC, an investment arm of the Chinese Government, which also owns a stake in Canary Wharf.
Kirdi's group of Canadian and Middle East investors claims it has agreed terms with Gillett and Hicks and is negotiating a purchase agreement with the Americans.
Kirdi, who is now a Canadian resident, said: "Agreement has been reached on all major terms including the purchase price, repayment of the existing bank debt and financing of a new stadium in Liverpool's Stanley Park.
"A formal purchase agreement between the parties is in the final stage of negotiation."
Kirdi promised that if the consortium was successful in its bid, money would be made available to Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson.
He added: "With additional money to improve the squad and financing in place to build the new stadium, LFC will be on a solid foundation to compete in the Premiership and in Europe for years to come."
Meanwhile, Hodgson has distanced himself from the off-field matters saying: "I don't get involved, I leave it to the people who know what they are doing."
Hodgson's team sealed a 4-0 aggregate win over Macedonia's Rabotnicki at Anfield on Thursday in the Europa League third qualifying round.
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