Liverpool set to break €100m-profit barrier following their incredible run of form

Liverpool set to break €100m-profit barrier following their incredible run of form

- Liverpool are currently having a tremendous season in the Premier League

- The Merseyside club's finances are also set to break a €100m-profit barrier

- Their Champions League run and the sale of Coutinho have improved their stock

Premier League club Liverpool are set to become the first football club to record a €100million (£88.2million) pre-tax profit.

The Reds have played tremendously well this season and are currently sitting four points clear off title rivals Manchester City in the Premier League.

Their performances on the field is set to be matched by figures, with a record-breaking profit forecast by those clued up on the financial side of the game.

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And according to Inside World Football, Jurgen Klopp side's impressive run to last season's Champions League final and the sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for a reported £145m will help boost their account for the 2017/18 season which will be submitted to Company House in early March.

The Anfield giants outfit earned a reported €81.3million (£71.7m) from their run to the Champions League final last year, and having not participated in the competition the year previous will represent huge growth.

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Another English side Leicester City currently hold the Premier League record for pre-tax profits thanks to their quarter final finish in elite competition.

The King Power outfit posted a record-breaking figure of £92.5million for the 2016-17 season after losing out to Atletico Madrid in the last eight.

However, Europe football governing body UEFA, appear to already let slip that the figure will be beaten by the current Premier League leaders.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Liverpool vice-captain James Milner was given his marching orders in the Reds thrilling 4-3 win over Crystal Palace at Anfield.

The ex-England international was shown two yellow cards and was sent off by referee Jon Moss following a crunch tackle on Wilfried Zaha.

A picture of Moss and Milner appeared on social media with the Premier League center-referee appearing to coach a youth side captained by the former Manchester City star.

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