It's what I'd hope, but I'm not sure it would be the case.
I might be naive but I think the Liverpool owners staying supports this.
Why? Because I think they always believed FFP would allow them to eventually level the field against City.
With the new more stringent FFP rules coming in, this should restrict the spending power of rich clubs to a more palatable level.
And I just cannot understand how people can watch City winning league after league and accept it's OK to just be close to winning or actually win one every 10 years. City can still win three in a row this year and 5 out of the last 6. And even if they don't, they'll probably win it next year.
This is without mentioning Chelsea who had massive financial doping for years and once Roman had to go, their debt got wiped, so they're getting their second treatment.
You either accept being a bigger Leicester or go big and accept reality, meaning we need money to compete.
If the authorities decide to get their heads out of their collective arses and force the sale of these clubs (or enforce some kind real FFP rules), then we can revisit the topic. Until then, I'm on the 'join them' approach.