Liverpool can take their summer income to £67.4m with an imminent sale

Liverpool have a busy transfer window. And the Reds have done a great business this time around. And the reports suggest that they can take their summer income to £67.4m with another sale.

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Liverpool have a busy transfer window. And the Reds have done a great business this time around. And the reports suggest that Liverpool can take their summer income to £67.4m with another sale.

What a transfer window the Reds had.

Despite losing the likes of Sadio Mane, Divorck Origi, and others, they were able to act quickly. And now they have signed really promising talents like Nunez, Carvalho, and Ramsey.

But Various reports claim that Reds despite spending heavily this time around, can generate a revenue of £67.4m.

As reports claim Over the coming days, Liverpool will complete the transfer of Neco Williams. According to the BBC, a £17 million deal has been reached with Nottingham Forest.

Of course, Williams’ departure is hardly shocking. The right-back played for Fulham during the second half of the previous season, helping them win the Championship and raise his status. There was always going to be a demand for his signature.

And when Calvin Ramsay arrived, the notion of Liverpool keeping Williams vanished. It was clear that the Reds would generate profits because there was no place for the Welshman.

And they have made money. For a guy who comes from the squad and has only had sporadic regular experience at the highest level, £17m is a significant cost.

Revenue generated by Liverpool FC through sale

Williams will also be the third significant sale this summer as Liverpool continues to make money.

Of course, the first significant sale this summer was Sadio Mané. Bayer paid almost £35 million for him. Even while it won’t all be guaranteed, add-ons could raise the total to that amount.

Takumi Minamino’s situation is comparable. For £15.4 million, he moved from Liverpool to AS Monaco, according to Sky Sports. Once more, only £12.9 million of it is guaranteed.

When combined with the estimated Williams amount, that comes to £67.4 million. But once more, that is only true if every add-on activates.

The current guaranteed amount is £40.3 million. Although we are unsure about the Williams contract’s specifics. However, given that Liverpool is said to have requested roughly £15 million, that is where we would venture a guess.

However, anything over £10 million makes this summer highly profitable as Liverpool restructures their roster.

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