Liverpool have endured tough times in the recent past. In the last five years, they have managed to qualify for the Champions League only once.The club are planning to expand their seat capacity as well in efforts to improve revenue from ticket sales and try and bridge the gap to Arsenal and Manchester United. Liverpool’s ownership changed in 2010 when the Boston Red Sox’s major shareholder John W Henry took over after he had a bid successfully accepted. Read more : Top 10 Highest Paid Players at Chelsea 2016
In terms of Deloitte’s Football Money League that ranks teams based on revenue they currently are 9th in the world at €391.8 million. With a world class manager in Jurgen Klopp taking over the reigns this season, Liverpool might be able to attract big names to the club and try and qualify for the Champions League next season. The lucrative TV deals in the English Premier League should also help in improving the club’s finances.