Liverpool have a £ 560m gap with Newcastle as Paul Scholes admits Champions League fear

His morning recap for Sunday, October 10.

The Newcastle takeover has led to a transfer increase of £ 200 million, but they have a gap of £ 560 million in Liverpool to cover

Following the purchase of Newcastle United by the Saudi Arabian Public Investment Fund, there were soon big-name players who were half-suggested as potential transfer targets.

Although some fans were quick to celebrate their owners’ wealth, the northeast club may not be able to spend the money the way Manchester City did in 2008.

Due to the Financial Fair Play rules that state that a club must not lose more than £ 105 million over a three-year period, it means that Newcastle will have to spend money gradually, improving both its players and the overall infrastructure of the club. club for a period of time. weather.

LiverpoolThe current workforce was estimated by CIES will be worth £ 742 million, a difference of almost £ 560 million compared to Newcastle, leaving the club with a lot of work to do before it can compete with the Reds.

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Paul Scholes makes Liverpool trophy prediction and explains Manchester United ‘difference’

The former Manchester United midfielder has reluctantly admitted that he believes Liverpool are one of the favorites for the Champions League.

Along with Manchester City, Scholes believes that United’s two archrivals are favorites for the European Cup and has pointed out the difference between the Reds and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side.

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Manchester United lost their first group match to Swiss club Young Boys, before needing a last-minute goal from Cristiano Ronaldo to secure a win against Villarreal, and Scholes believes he has identified why he feels Liverpool is a long proposition. stronger.

“That’s the difference between United and, I think, Liverpool and City. They are much more aggressive and attack-minded, ”he said.

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