Liverpool chief executive, Ian Ayre, has revealed that manager Jurgen Klopp will be backed in the summer transfer window, after outlining the transfer plans at Anfield.
Ayre recently confirmed that American owners Fenway Sports Group will back Klopp – as they look to mount a challenge for silverware, from next season onwards.
Reports suggest that revenue at Liverpool increased by £297.9m, whilst the FSG also generated £49m from stadium redevelopment work.
Ayre admitted that Klopp will be the latest in a long line of managers to profit financially, to reinvest within the playing squad.
Ayre said: “We are very fortunate in that everything we generate goes back into the team.
“There has never been a situation where we haven’t backed the manager and there will be no difference with Jurgen as we move forward towards the summer.
“Those discussions will go on and we will do what we need to do on his guidance and contribution.
“Everyone can expect what they have always seen to date with the club, which is to give the manager the support he needs.
“We have seen in these results the owners have injected further cash into the business for our stadium and written off some money. The support is there – as it has always been.”
“You only need to drive past Anfield and see the size of their commitment. It is growing every day.
“They have been unwavering since the day they came in here. They have never failed to continue to show their commitment to the club.
“They have invested continually, supported each manager and more recently invested a lot of money into the new stand to improve the stadium and bring that up to grade.
“They continue to do so across the board and I don’t see that changing.”