Lets have a look on Liverpool F.C. players salaries of 2015 here. Liverpool was given the status of Global brand with AA rating in 2010 and was valued at 141 million euros. Forbes ranked the club as the 6th most valuable club in Football world in 2010 and valued it at 532 million euros. 225.3 million euros was the income of the club in 2009-2010 season. Club was the part of UEFA Financial Fair Play investigation among other teams when club reported losses of approximately 50 million euros.
Overall Position spending: (contracts which are valid)
- Goalkeeper= £11.65 Million
- Striker= £89 Mill
- Defence= £79 Mill
- Midfielder= £94 Million
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Liverpool is the 2nd best English Club in top-tier competition, with respect to winning the main league title but never won even a single Premier League Title which was introduced in the place of League title in 1992.
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Liverpool F.C, also known as The Reds, is a popular football club around the world. Club is currently holding more European trophies than any other English Based club right now with five European Cups, three UEFA Cups and three UEFA Super Cups. Club is also having a record to win 8 League Cups and having 7 FA Cups and 18 League Titles in their trophy cabinet.
Liverpool is having a long rivalry with Manchester United and Everton. “You will never walk alone” is the anthem of this great club. The club was founded when a dispute happened between the committee of Everton club and owner of the land (Anfield Stadium). Before the name Liverpool, club was known as “Everton F.C. and Athletic Grounds Ltd“. Now you all about Liverpool team players salary one by one and other financial data and short bio. Image logo source is bbqsuperstars.
One of the best football club of the history which is struggling in present. Not having a star studded team and selling players like Sergio Ramos, Luis Suarez and few more to other teams have back fired the club as they are not considered The Top Power of English Football right now. Manager Brenden Rodgers should try hard to get World Class players if Liverpool wants to win Premier League title again. Investing in ordinary and old players, this technique has failed tremendously.