The Liverpool fans are crooked start waiting crowned after 30 years of waiting. With the latest move is almost certainly Premiership 2019/20 will be fully finished. Jürgen Klopp master games just 6 points away from raising the trophy in the season still to 9 rounds again.
Liverpool are very close championship day Premiership
However, less fun, the fans back to Merseyside to receive bad news. According to the Daily Mail, Liverpool board decided not to attend the next summer transfer service due Covid-19.
The season is not canceled means Liverpool still receive the full amount of television rights. However, the match will be held on neutral ground and without spectators, which means Liverpool will account losses admission tickets (3 £ / match). And this figure losses could reach 100 million pounds if the entire season to be played on the stadium without spectators.
According to the financial assessment of the leadership of Liverpool's transfer budget is not necessary in the situation the team is loss of revenue. This means that "The Kop" will not have any more new faces next season but still eliminated the players no longer on the list of Jürgen Klopp.
Jürgen Klopp trouble when not allowed to recruit more troops
If this is too subjective decision of Merseyside? Admittedly Liverpool played very well under coach Jürgen Klopp and the key players are in their prime ages. However, the continuously plowed without rookie aroused concern about the injuries in the future.
Plus, skipping the next transfer window could make this team lose the long pursuit. The most typical are the two names, Timo Werner (RB Leipzig) and Houssem Aouar (Lyon). However, the duo will consume at least 90 million pounds and that boss John Henry did not want in the future. German teacher also hardly pleased the squad no extra freshness.
After spending "bold" 2 season ago, boss Americans have tightened spending. In the most recent transfer window, Liverpool's squad is supplemented only true Minamino from Salzburg. Even the peak of Covid-19, the management team was to "flee the law" to use the British government's tax-paid employees.