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Liverpool FC announced the sale of its new equipment during the 2016-17 Premier League season.
In total, the Reds sold more than £50m worth of new gear during the four-year period ending on 31 March, with the majority of the deals involving new training equipment and technical equipment.
A total of 13 players, with six of those signings in the centre-back positions, received new equipment.
The biggest gainers were the signing of Jordan Henderson, who joined Liverpool in January and scored seven goals in the first 10 matches of the new campaign.
Manager Brendan Rodgers had already promised that Henderson would be available for the start of the 2017-18 campaign, but the Reds then sold the 25-year-old to rivals Manchester City for £24.6m.
“The transfer market is a bit different this year, as the new season is now starting, so it’s important that we have the right tools to compete with the Premier League,” Rodgers said.
“As well as new players, we are also working with players that are in our reserves, who are in the academy and so on, to try and get some of those new players in.”
There’s a lot of new players that we are getting into the squad now, which is a big bonus, and I think we have a lot to be proud of.
“It’s important for everyone to understand what is going on and why the squad is being sold.”
But also, we need to be more transparent with our clubs and their finances and how they’re spending the money.
“Liverpool have spent more than the £200m they will receive from the sale in 2016-19, which will be split between the club and the player.