Liverpool co-owner Tom Werner is keen on exploring the concept of playing a competitive Premier League game abroad.
A similar idea was discussed before, for a '39th game' abroad, but stalled after meeting opposition from clubs, fans and world governing body Fifa.
The Premier League has confirmed that there is no current plan to look at reviving the proposal.
But Werner, who will succeed Martin Broughton as the Merseyside club's chairman, is a fan of the idea.
"Pre-season matches are great but why not have an actual match in season?" Werner told BBC Sport.
Playing a competitive match abroad could help clubs cash in on television markets in overseas territories where the Premier League is popular, like Asia and the United States.
"I think first of all the Premier League is the strongest league in the world and its reach is global," added the 60-year-old American.
I have no problem at all with Roy Hodgson... he didn't build this team, so the fact we got off to a slow start, I'm not sure you can lay that at his feet
Reds co-owner John Henry
"It's been very impressive to me, the number of people globally who watch, and we hope to expand that imprint. I think the more important the game the more excitement."
British Airways chairman Broughton was appointed in April to oversee the sale of Liverpool, a process which concluded in October when Werner and John Henry's New England Sports Ventures bought the club for £300m.
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