Liverpool are going to need to make some sweeping changes to the squad in the next couple of seasons. Jürgen Klopp needs to build his second squad and that’ll cost a lot of money. UEFA ditching FFP in its current form could be a big boost for Liverpool.
Sweeping changes needed
This season has exposed the lack of quality in depth in the squad.
The injury crisis has hit us hard with players dropping like flies and the backup brigade inadequate for the most part.
We aren’t able to rotate our front line due to a lack of backups and our midfield needs that bit of magic we’ve been lacking since the sale of Philippe Coutinho.
With a majority of our key players nearing 30-years-old, we need to look at building the next squad.
UEFA to make FFP changes
There are few laws in football as controversial as FFP.
The law is controversial mainly because it appears to just not apply to some clubs. We don’t need to say who, you know who.
According to Tancredi Palmeri, UEFA are set to do away with FFP.
The journalist has claimed that they will implement laws which allow greater freedom of investment, the pandemic meaning that club owners need to be allowed to pump more money in.
Liverpool to benefit from changes
If UEFA do indeed get rid of FFP As we know it then the Reds will benefit.
We won’t benefit through spending huge amounts but rather because other clubs will.
Michael Edwards squeezes buyers for every penny.
If FFP isn’t a thing then the director will be able to command even bigger fees from buyers. Imagine how much we could get out of PSG for Mo Salah if they don’t have to worry about FFP…