Shrewsbury manager says club will lose £500,000 on Klopp's decision to rest Liverpool stars
4 February 2020
Ticket prices for Tuesday's game have been cut to £15 for adults and £1 for kids while the game will also no longer be broadcasted, meaning Shrewsbury stand to make significantly less money.
The League One club's manager told the Mirror that the revenue is "vitally important" for a club like theirs.
Shrewsbury will make significantly less money from their visit to Anfield on Tuesday night because Liverpool have cut ticket prices due to Jurgen Klopp resting his star players, the League One club's manager has told the Mirror.
Jurgen Klopp has said that none of Liverpool's first-team players will be available for the clash due to a promised winter break and instead he put the under-23s' manager, Neil Critchley, in charge of leading the academy players.
Do you want to read this article?
Get instant access by signing up for a 14-day free Premium trial
No credit card, no commitments and it will expire automatically.
You will receive a link that activates your trial in an email.
Already a standard subscriber? Upgrade here