Dalglish and Comolli ‘outline’ £50m war chest

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Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish and director of football Damien Comolli have outlined up to 22 targets in their pursuit of a Champions League winning squad for next season, according to the Daily Telegraph.

Dalglish has already revealed that despite a great quantity of emerging young talent at Liverpool, investment will need to take place to take the Anfield club in the direction of winning trophies once more.


According to reports, Liverpool are currently looking at purchasing a striker, left-back, a cover at centre back and as many midfield signings as possible, to provide feeders to new Liverpool star strikers Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez.

With Carroll and Suarez costing a combined total of £58 million, Dalglish reportedly believes he will get at least a £50 million budget to build a super side around the strikers. And with numerous successful commercial deals taking place at Liverpool recently, including a £25 million a year deal with Warrior for Liverpool kits, as well as a lucrative sponsorship deal with Standard Chartered, speculation is growing that Liverpool will have the money that Dalglish is hoping for.

Dalglish and Comolli’s transfer wishlist includes mostly 18-24 year olds, and both reportedly have chosen Rennes winger Sylvian Marveaux at the top of the pile.

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