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Why Liverpool aren’t spending big despite making more money than Manchester United

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saw impressive results for but brought more questions than celebrations from their fanbase. Given the current struggles of Jurgen Klopp’s side and the supporters’ calls for a new midfielder, seeing the club generate huge revenue but then seemingly not have the money to spend can be a head-scratcher. The big number paints a pretty picture for Liverpool and the club’s owner, Fenway Sports Group (FSG).

Here, The Athletic explains the finances…

Before we break down the huge revenue, it is important to note these figures do not include player trading.

They brought in €112million from matchday revenue, €314m from broadcast money and €275m in commercial income.

The final run, and subsequent broadcast money windfall, played a significant role in them overtaking four elite clubs.
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