Liverpool ranks third on the list of most expensive clubs with the highest salaries. During the season 2016-2017, Liverpool wage money was reported to reach almost two hundred and eight million pound (£208m) which was hard to digest at that time because the total cash flow came up to reach three hundred and two million pounds (£302) out of which Liverpool lost a fair sum of twenty million pounds (£20m). The season of 2016-2017 did not prove to be very lucky for the club as they got to face huge loss on 31st of May, 2016 (that is when the bulletin came to an end). Moving on to the new session 2017-2018, there has not been much activity during the transfer window of the current season. Liverpool has been seen almost out of the footballer’s market, they only spent around forty million pounds (£40m) when they bought in Oxlade-Chamberlain and Muhammad Salah cost the club around thirty seven million pounds (£37m). Then again it was reported that Andrew Robertson joined the club and the club spent about seven million pounds (£7m) on this player. Dominic Slanki has also joined the Liverpool but no money got spent on him. Then the club made some money during the transfer window of January this season when Coutinho was sold for a price of one hundred and eight million pounds (£108m) and the club replaced him with Virgil Van Dijk worth seventy five million pounds (£75m) thus saved Liverpool a great sum of money. The complete breakdown of the club including the names of the members and the commitments they made for the future.
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Liverpool Players Salaries 2018
Liverpool Transfer Window (2017-2018):
Even though Liverpool stayed down during the season 2016-2017, we have seen some improvements during the transfer market of the current season. Liverpool lent some players like Daniel Sturrdige for now, freed up some cash when they put Coutinho up for sale and saved a fair sum for the club and they replaced him with some other players that relatively cost less. These include Van Dijk, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andrew Robertson and Salah. In addition to this move, Liverpool also made some cash by selling certain trivial members of the club, for example Lucas Laiva along with some youngsters like Andre Wisdom and Kevin Steward. According to reports the average price purse for Liverpool ranges from one hundred and ninety million pounds (£190m) to two hundred million pounds (£200m) and nothing more than that.
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Liverpool Financial Details:
The account details of the Liverpool are not very pleasing as the club is burdened by heavy loans. There has been reports that Liverpool owes about one hundred and sixty five million pounds (£165m) to the bank and others. The major shares in the clubs economy are owned by Fenway Sports Group (FSG). This is a USA registered company in which John W Henry is the main investor. FSG invested a lot of money in the club and it raised the allowance to £129.9m, previously it was sixty million poundss (£60m). Major share of the loan was spent on the stadium enlargement projects.
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Liverpool is trying hard to toss the challenge and during the previous it made about three hundred and two million pounds (£302m) from different categories and not just the matches. The extra sum of money seems to be collected from broadcast money, that is live streaming of the matches along with heavy commercials. The statistics show one hundred and twenty four million pounds (£124m) earned from the broadcasting and one hundred and sixteen million pounds (£116m) pocketed from commercials only. Liverpool’s future seems promising as the club has been signing alot of great deals and has also qualified in the Champions League from which they should definitely earn big and if they manage to bag the cup, well that is cherry on the top. Check This Manchester City Player Salaries 2018