Liverpool could be set to receive another financial windfall in the region of £50m from player sales, according to reports.
The Reds have not been as busy as other clubs around them during the summer transfer window and are famously known for being intelligent negotiators when it comes to finances and scouting for talent.
Since Jurgen Klopp’s regime started, their rise to the top of England and Europe in recent years has been evident and has certainly not been a coincidence, thanks to the help of sporting director Michael Edwards who has been working closely alongside the German tactician.
The arrivals of Thiago Alcantara and Diogo Jota further stresses this view, with Liverpoool having come to an agreement about long-term payment plans for both players that will greatly help the club during these difficult times.
According to Goal, Liverpool could be set to consolidate those transfer fees with the likes of Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic and Rhian Brewster set to leave Anfield for considerable fees.
This window could end up looking like another Michael Edwards masterclass, something which he is becoming famous for around the Merseyside area. His clever financial strategies has seen the club save millions and move ahead of their rivals.
Not only has the Reds’ already strong squad been strengthened, but Edwards has also not been shy to get players out of the door either.
The Brewster situation looks to be getting a bit messy for the Merseysiders but with Edwards’ reputation playing in his favour, I’m sure the club will make the right decision regarding the young Englishman in the end, as history tells us he often has.
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