Premier League Champions Liverpool will now bank further £21million from the prize pot as the clubs voted to delay the coronavirus pay cuts.
According to the reports, clubs have agreed to postpone the payments to ease the financial burden of the coronavirus pandemic.
However, the payments will be made until the next two seasons. This means that Liverpool will now receive their full £175million payout for winning the English title for the first time in 30 years.
On 23rd July this year, English Club Liverpool lifted Premier League trophy, after beating Chelsea with 5-3, their first-ever win in three decades.
Jordan Henderson received the trophy from Liverpool legend Sir Kenny Dalglish on a special podium built on the Kop after Jurgen Klopp’s side made it three full unbeaten Premier League seasons at Anfield.
Kenny Dalglish, the last Liverpool manager to deliver the title, presented the medals wearing a red face mask before handing the trophy to captain Jordan Henderson who raised it to the night sky as fireworks and ticker-tape filled the air.
Sadly, because of the coronavirus pandemic that interrupted Liverpool’s charge to the title, the fans missed out on what would a momentous night at the stadium.