Ben Davies is on the verge of promotion to the Premier League with Sheffield United. Ironically, Liverpool FC, who once loaned him out, could benefit from this, although the central defender has not played a single competitive game for the Reds.
Win-win situation: Ben Davies, on loan at Liverpool FC, wants to help Sheffield United rise to the Premier League. At the same time, he would earn the Reds an enormous sum of money. Liverpool received an initial loan fee of £500,000 (€590,000) for the 26-year-old from Sheffield, but also agreed a promotion bonus of the same amount.
Never played: It is precarious that Davies has never played a game for Liverpool. He had switched to the Reds half a year before the loan.
Liverpool’s goldmine: Davies made 23 appearances for Sheffield but has not featured in the last four games. There is no purchase option for the Blades, regardless of whether they make it to the Premier League or not. His contract with Liverpool does not end until 2025. However, if Davies leaves Anfield in the summer, the Reds would have another chance at big money. They are entitled to 20 percent of the profits due to a resale clause.
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