It’s no surprise that Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool has been pushing boundaries and showing up for him in several of the Premier League matches. It’s been reported by Sportsmail that a possible £4 million increase could be shared by the team if they score the championship title by the end of the season.
In 30 years, Liverpool hasn’t won a championship in the Premier League finals and with Klopp’s stellar coaching and strategic impact on the team, there’s finally a big chance for the Reds to grab the title.
All Liverpool players who have put in the playing time this past season will qualify for the bonus but also depending on the number of appearances they’ve made for the team. First-team regulars will get an estimate of £150,000 plus the standard win bonus they get during the season.
The 52-year-old Reds keeper is up for more good news himself, with a new 4.5-year contract and a significant bonus which includes performance incentives on top of his £15million payout.
Liverpool also won the Champions League last season which merits them another £ 7million. Indeed, if there’s one thing you can say about Liverpool these days, they’re definitely on the roll.