According to financial insiders who spoke to Football Insider, Liverpool will soon release financial data that show record revenues of at least $550 million
The Premier League’s juggernauts disclosed in February that their overall revenue for the fiscal year ending May 31, 2021, fell £3 million to £487 million.
Revenues for the 2021–22 season, during which they chased the quadruple until the final week of the season, are expected to easily surpass the club’s £533 million pre–pandemic record.
The total sum, which might surpass the earnings of all other Premier League clubs for the year, is anticipated to be between £550 million and £600 million.
Only Man City (£570m) and Man United (£494m) brought in more money than Liverpool during the largely secretive 2020–21 season.
Last season, Jurgen Klopp’s team had much more success on the field thanks to victories in both domestic cups, a trip to the Champions League final, and a runner-up position in the Premier League.
The Premier League just revealed new data that breaks out the TV fees made to teams for the 2021–22 season.
The only distribution that was higher than Liverpool’s £152 million was Man City’s £153 million.
Compared to most Premier League teams, the Merseysiders‘ $5 million overall loss for 2020–21 is negligible.
However, they are back on track financially and will be in a good position to do so when they release their next set of results early in the following year.
The team will once again announce a substantial profit, as they did for the three seasons before to the epidemic.