Karren Brady has advice for Liverpool

West Ham United Vice Chairman Karren Brady listens to a question during a press conference in east London to announce the new deal between Newham council and West Ham United football club...

West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady suggests that Liverpool should invest the Philippe Coutinho money on new players.

Birmingham City's Chairman David Gold (L) and Managing Director Karren Brady (R) share a light moment as club co-owner David Sullivan (foreground-R) looks on before the kick off against...

West Ham United vice-chairman Karren Brady has suggested in The Sun that Liverpool should invest the money they have got from the sell of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona on new players.

As reported by BBC Sport, Liverpool will receive a total of £142m as transfer fee from the sale of Brazil international attacking midfielder to Coutinho.

West Ham vice-chairman Brady has suggested that the Reds should invest the money in the squad.

Karren Brady of Birmingham City looks on during the Barclays Premier League match between Birmingham City and Everton at St Andrews on April 12th, 2008 in Birmingham, England.

Brady wrote in The Sun: “Liverpool’s American owners will decide whether Jurgen Klopp can spend the Coutinho cache, which will be paid £106m up front with add-ons to come.

“Would I tell him to spend the lot? Yes, I would, and so would West Ham’s owners. We believe that players are the starters, main course and dessert of any club that plans to serve its supporters well.”

Birmingham City Chairman David Gold (L) talks to Managing Director Karren Brady (2ndL) and Co-Owner David Sullivan (R) during the Barclays Premier League match between Birmingham City and...

Liverpool have a good squad, and with the money they have got, they can sign two or three world-class players.

While the Reds should be looking to make signings, perhaps they should wait until the end of the season.

Not too many top-quality players are available in the middle often season, and it would not make sense for the Merseyside outfit to spend money on ‘B level players’ in the January transfer window.

Liverpool are aiming to finish in the top four of the Premier League this season, while West Ham are struggling for survival.

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