Liverpool’s team value increased almost by 6 times since the time Jurgen Klopp took over as the manager of the Merseyside club.
From struggling to be in the midtable of the Premier League to be the powerhouse of Europe, Liverpool has risen phenomenally under the manager Jurgen Klopp.
It has been reported by the Forbes, as per the Daily Mirror that in the tenure of Klopp at Liverpool, it has been able to its team value by 6 times amidst the glory years of the Reds.
Klopp took over from Brendan Rodgers in October 2015 and inherited an underwhelming squad, at that time his team value was at £360 million.
He and sporting director Michael Edwards have managed to build one of the best teams in the world five years on to make it reach the valuation of £1.83 billion.
It’s also been done sensibly, with the Merseyside outfit’s net spend working out between £80 and £90 million. The Reds have maximized their profits by the transfers of Jordan Ibe and Dominic Solanke.
Moreover with Philippe Coutinho leaving for Barcelona at the mega-price of £142 million, sponsored Klopp to bolster his squad with the signing of Virgil Van Dijk and Alison Becker.
Whereas, the addition of Andy Robertson from recently relegated Hull City in 2017 for £8 million is deemed to be a huge bargain. Trent Alexander-Arnold is also another player to benefit from Klopp’s coaching, with transfermrkt rating the 21-year-old at £99 million.
With Liverpool winning prestigious trophies, certainly, they will see a rise in monetary benefits but the existing figures are surely impressive and commendable.
The Merseyside club is probably the best club in the world on current form. They are on the verge of winning the Premier League this season while defending their Champions League title in Europe.
Their success in 2019 has been tremendous as they legitimized their dominance by winning the UEFA Super Cup and Club World Cup by the end of the year.