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Old 27-05-2020, 08:45 PM
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The Mirror reporting that LFC have withdrawn from talks for Werner.

Presumably Leipzig are looking for silly money.
I don’t even think there was talks yet, just rumours really. Klopp wouldn’t be keen to overspend on players he knows won’t be guaranteed starters. Not sure what the calendar will be like now but the AFCON was set for January in which Salah and Mane were gone so while he knows the attack needs bolstering, he won’t overspend on a short term fix.

£55m is the rumoured fee. If that was to lower down to around £40m then maybe Klopp would want in but I don’t know. Something about this deal just doesn’t seem right. Not sure it would be a good move for Werner either to be honest.
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I don’t even think there was talks yet, just rumours really. Klopp wouldn’t be keen to overspend on players he knows won’t be guaranteed starters. Not sure what the calendar will be like now but the AFCON was set for January in which Salah and Mane were gone so while he knows the attack needs bolstering, he won’t overspend on a short term fix.

£55m is the rumoured fee. If that was to lower down to around £40m then maybe Klopp would want in but I don’t know. Something about this deal just doesn’t seem right. Not sure it would be a good move for Werner either to be honest.
Release clause is €60m. Drops to €40m next year.
Big drop in revenue through the next season so tightening the belt is prudent - albeit need to bear in mind that as it stands Salah, Mane & Keita are gone for up to 6 weeks in January/February for the AFCON

from James Pearce article last week:
The full cost of the current crisis remains unclear but it’s escalating by the week.
Match-day revenue is currently worth £84 million to Liverpool per season but there’s a fear that matches will have to be played behind closed doors well into 2021. Liverpool will refund fans with tickets for their remaining games this season and they have placed their season ticket renewal process on hold. Every home game played without fans will leave a shortfall in excess of £3 million.
Media revenue, which stood at £261 million for Liverpool in 2018-19, will be severely hit by the rebates being demanded by domestic and international broadcasters.
And then you have got the commercial revenue, which had leaped by 22 per cent to £188 million for 2018-19 under the guidance of managing director Billy Hogan. Liverpool’s club shops would have expected record sales in the wake of being crowned Premier League champions. Instead, they have been locked up for the past two months.
One of the big attractions of the new five-year kit deal signed with Nike, which officially starts next month, was that its value would keep rising.
Liverpool accepted a relatively low base fee of £30 million per season (the current deal with New Balance is worth £40 million) on the basis that they would also bank 20 per cent of all net sales of merchandise.
Nike have vowed to get LFC goods into around 6,000 stores globally — roughly double the current number. But Liverpool are reliant on people feeling safe enough to go shopping again over the coming months as well as having the disposable income to do so in a tough economic climate.
Doubts also surround instalments due to be paid by the club’s army of global sponsors given that in the absence of football Liverpool have been unable to fulfil their side of the bargain in terms of exposure.
As for pre-season, the continued absence of supporters from stadiums will cost the club millions of pounds. Before the pandemic, Liverpool had decided to stay in Europe for the first time in a decade and play a series of lucrative matches across the continent against elite opposition. However, those plans have since been torn up.
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Happy Istanbul Day to the European Cup holders 👊🏻👊🏻
and today is an unhappy day of remembrance for the 39 fans killed in Heysel, remember them ??? + 39 Rispetto
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May they rest in peace.
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