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Liverpool earn seven-figure windfall from sale of footballer who never played for Reds

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Liverpool have reportedly received a £2million payout in the wake of former goalkeeper Kamil Grabara making a £11.4million switch from FC Copenhagen to Wolfsburg.

Grabara was sold for just £3million in 2021 – although this was a ten-fold profit on the £250,000 that Liverpool paid Polish club Ruch Chorzow for his signature in 2016.

As he now makes a relatively big-money switch to Germany, some smart negotiating regarding a sell-on clause in the keeper's contract has seen his former club benefit on Merseyside.

Though the money Liverpool are set to earn doesn't even scratch the surface of a new signing, they'll need every penny they can muster if Arne Slot is to pursue some of the names linked to them this summer.

Five years is quite some time to not feature for your parent club, but Grabara never got close to a senior appearance.

Starting 28 of the Terriers' Championship matches during 2019/2020, a late head injury cut Grabara's season short.

Another loan move beckoned as the Polish keeper returned to Aarhus, and when that move concluded, he made Denmark his permanent home by signing for Copenhagen.

Back-to-back Danish league titles followed, and Grabara became one of the league's best(

Grabara played against Man City in the Champions League.

The step up to Wolfsburg, where he will replace the outgoing Koen Casteels – Belgium's goalkeeper of choice for Euro 2024 – is one he's earned through his performances in Denmark.

And the move will no doubt please Slot's side, as they'll have a tad more budget to work with in the transfer window.

Fenway Sports Group's new CEO of Football and Liverpool's former sporting director, Michael Edwards, is the one the Reds have to thank for their bonus injection of cash.

Edwards reportedly ensured that the Polish goalkeeper's deal at Copenhagen contained a 20% sell-on clause, which will now see Liverpool receive an estimated £1.72million.


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