Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool as a replacement for the previous manager Brendan Rodgers and so far he has been trying to bring out a winning team in the Reds with the squad assembled by Rodgers. With the summer transfer window coming up it is obvious that Klopp will be trying to rebuild a squad according to his strategies.
Reports suggest that Klopp has a strong backing from Liverpool bosses to build a new team and he will be provided enough funds to do that for the Reds. The Anfield recorded a revenue of £297.9 million for the year 2014-2015. Further they also announced profit before tax of £60m, although that was due to the selling of Luis Suarez to Barcelona.
Liverpool needs a competitive space in the premier league as challengers to the title and for that Klopp needs good players and no words can deny that the funds that the Merseysiders earn will be used to make the team better.
Ian Ayre, Liverpool’s chief executive, described the accounts as “a good set of numbers”.
“There has never been a situation where we haven’t backed the manager and there will be no difference with Jürgen as we move forward towards the summer,” said Ayre. “Those discussions will go on and we will do what we need to do on his guidance and contribution. Everyone can expect what they have always seen to date with the club which is to give the manager the support he needs.
“We are very fortunate in that everything we generate goes back into the team and you cannot spend any more than you generate and then some. We have seen in these results the owners have injected further cash into the business for our stadium and written off some money. The support is there as it has always been.”