Liverpool to receive World Cup windfall deputizing its players
- The Reds will be getting multi-million-pound payout once the tournament is over
- FIFA pays £6,460 per day to clubs for each player released for the tournament in Russia
Liverpool have had eight players on World Cup duty - Jordan Henderson, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dejan Lovren, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino, Marko Grujic, Simon Mignolet and Sadio Mane.
Henderson, Alexander-Arnold and Mignolet could all be involved in Saturday's third and fourth place play-off with Lovren set to line up in Sunday's final against France.
Liverpool sit 12th in terms of which clubs will receive the most cash on £2,058,700.
Domestic rivals Manchester City are the top recipient with £3,904,400. Real Madrid (£3,816,300) are second with Chelsea (£3,504,500) third.