Liverpool are expected to break the €100 million in profit and could become the first European club to post a record profit.
The Reds have been on a high this season basking on their glorified form. Jurgen Klopp has guided his side to the top of the Premier League table and would be hoping to maintain that form throughout this season.
Alongside their on field success, the Reds seem to be having a fantastic time when it comes to financial dealings. The club is slated to announce a record breaking profit based on their Champions League run last season.
The English side saw their hopes crumbling like a pack of cards as they lost to Real Madrid in the Champions League final. Despite dominating proceedings for a brief period Mohamed Salah and co had to be satisfied with the Runners up medals.
Their brilliant run in Europe’s premier competition earned them a whopping £72m (€81m) while player sales also generated revenues for them. The sale of Philippe Coutinho alone raked in £142 million (€161m) which also boosted their profits.
Leicester City had managed to post a £98m profit in their Premier League winning season but the current table toppers are expected to surpass them.