Liverpool have been awarded £148m in total for the 2016/17 Premier League season, which includes both prize and TV money.
Only title winners Chelsea and Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City made more, as Liverpool were on Sky or BT Sports 29 times out of a possible 38 – more than any other side in the country.
We’re also set for a further cash injection having qualified for the Champions League, but we’ll only reap the benefit of that next season.
As a result, Liverpool are in a financially very healthy position to go and attack the transfer market.
If we also generate money from player sales, which we surely will, Jurgen Klopp will have somewhat of a war-chest to go and sign his top targets.
They include Naby Keita and Virgil Van Dijk, both of whom will require us to break our £35m transfer record by some distance.
Elsewhere, a left-back is a priority, as is a pacy winger, as Sadio Mane provides the only real threat in-behind of the current attackers.