Liverpool FC will probably forego transfers in the summer period due to the corona crisis. The English media report this unanimously.
Accordingly, the Reds are forced to cut their budget “as much as possible”. In addition, coach Jürgen Klopp’s club assumes that they will continue to play without fans for several months in 2021.
The loss of matchday earnings would result in a minus of around £ 3m per matchday. If the entire 2020/2021 season were played behind closed doors, the club would probably expect a loss of around £ 100m (€ 112m).
Therefore, the club should have decided to only buy players if you could sell your own players. The only question is whether another club could afford these expenses.
Liverpool FC: transfers from Werner and Aouar not possible?
Liverpool FC is mainly associated with national team player Timo Werner. Werner already publicly raved about a possible interest of the Reds. In an interview with the picture he also explained that a change within Germany was out of the question for him. The 24-year-old has an exit clause of 60 million euros in his contract.
In addition, the English top club is said to have an interest in Olympique Lyons Houssem Aouar, which would cost around 45 million euros.
The Premier League has been interrupted since the beginning of March because of the corona pandemic, Liverpool need a maximum of six points with nine games to go to the first championship in 30 years.