Liverpool's long-term transfer plan will ease fans' worries after fresh Mo Salah twist


    FSG receive waves of criticism from Liverpool fans, and this was justified during the European Super League saga that saw clubs retreat within 48 hours of their initial decision, but it is overlooked that the Merseyside club has increased in value by 165 per cent since Klopp was appointed in 2015.

    The American owners arrived in 2010 and their strategy was made clear from the get go, but the success finally followed with Champions League and Premier League success in 2019 and 2020, and FSG’s deal earlier this year to sell 11 per cent of the club to private equity firm RedBird Capital shows clear intent on the next step of their operation.

    Liverpool are now the world’s 12th most valuable sports team, estimated at $4.1bn (£3bn) according to Forbes, and the fresh investment may suggest that the Reds will be looking to spend more in the near future to add to their squad.

    Although Manchester United and Manchester City have spent £100m+ this summer, and Chelsea are just shy of that amount with Romelu Lukaku alone, Liverpool’s fully fit squad is as good as anyone’s on the day, and the old cliche surfaces ‘don’t fix what isn’t broken’.


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