Liverpool will substantially back manager Jurgen Klopp this summer in terms of the club’s player recruitment after the club’s latest accounts displayed a financial recovery under Fenway Sports Group, according to The Guardian.
The Premier League side, who lost to Manchester City in the 2016 Capital One Cup final on Sunday to Manchester City in a penalty shoot-out, will target the likes of Bayern Munich’s Mario Götze, Udinese’s Piotr Zielinski and Leicester City’s Ben Chilwell at the end of the 2015-16 campaign as a result.
Midfielder Götze; 23, a 2014 World Cup winner with Germany, has scored four goals in just 11 appearances in all competitions for the defending Bundesliga champions so far this season.
Meanwhile fellow central midfielder Zielinski; 21, who has ten international caps for Poland, has scored five goals and provided five assists in 26 games for his Serie A outfit this term.
And finally highly-rated left-back Chilwell; 19, who is a England Under-20 international, has made three first-team appearances for Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League leaders this campaign in the FA and League Cup.
The Anfield club have announced that revenue for the year ending May 31, 2015, increased by 16.5 per cent (%) to a record £297.9m.