Jamie Carragher has explained that he thinks Liverpool have a single window of opportunity to win the Premier League due to their fleeting financial superiority.
The Reds were the top spenders this summer, with fees on four incomings potentially reaching £175million if all add-ons come in to play over the course of each player’s contract.
This is due, in part, to the incredible sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £142m in January, providing a massive influx of cash for the Merseyside club.
And Jamie Carragher believes this could be a rare window for his boyhood club to stake their claim in the Premier League and win the trophy for the first time in Liverpool’s history.
“We cannot ignore that when trying to redefine Klopp as some kind of chequebook manager, or Liverpool’s American owners as Roman Abramovich-style benefactors,” Carragher said when asked about the Coutinho money.
“It means this summer’s investment is unlikely to be repeated without selling another star. I wrote last season I feared Liverpool may never win the league under Klopp due to the financial strength in Manchester.
“I also stated after Coutinho’s sale that the extraordinary fee presented an opportunity – for one summer at least – to outspend the rest of the Premier League. That is the world Liverpool are in today.
“They have given themselves a chance by investing heavily to correct weaknesses in their line-up – a chance that will not come along regularly.”