As the years go on, money and finances in football increase every year.
With the likes of Manchester City, Newcastle United, and PSG being owned by billionaires, football is, unfortunately, becoming more about money than anything else.
Liverpool’s transfer business has been rightly questioned and has not even been at the level of spending as the majority of Premier League clubs, never mind the ones that are oil or state-owned.
With a depleted squad, after years of neglect, the Reds will need to spend big next year over both transfer windows.
A big summer will almost certainly include a huge move for Borussia Dortmund youngster Jude Bellingham.
Jude Bellingham is one of the world’s best youngsters and is wanted by the top of top clubs across Europe.
Those clubs include Liverpool, Real Madrid, Chelsea, Barcelona, Manchester City, and Manchester United.
However, those clubs will have to pay up if they want to require his services.
According to Florian Plettenberg, Bellingham’s transfer fee could reach up to 150m.
Will Jude Bellingham be the first signing under the new ownership at Anfield or will it all just be a dream that faded away in the end?