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    Thursday, 11 February 2021

    Liverpool transfer fee for Harvey Elliott confirmed after tribunal ruling

    Liverpool have been told how much they pay for signing Harvey Elliott from Fulham

    Liverpool could pay up to £4.3million for Harvey Elliott after the fee for his transfer from Fulham was set by a tribunal.

    The Reds were unable to agree a compensation amount with the Londoners when the then 16-year-old Elliott moved to Anfield in July 2019.

    And the Professional Football Compensation Committee has determined Liverpool must pay an initial £1.2m along with £300,000 for Elliott, now 17, having signed his first professional contract last year, with another £200,000 due when he pens a second professional contract.

    Further payments are based on cumulative first-team appearances and an appearance for the England senior side.

    The maximum Liverpool would have to pay is £4.3m, which would be triggered by Elliott making 100 first-team appearances for the Reds while also earning an England cap.

    Fulham will also receive 20% of the fee from any future sale of the teenager.

    It is understood Liverpool regard the ruling as a fair outcome.

    The Reds had initially offered £850,000 plus add-ons which was deemed 'insulting' by Fulham. The Londoners had wanted £10m for Elliott, with a further £10m in add-ons.

    Elliott is currently on a season-long loan at Championship side Blackburn Rovers, where he has impressed in scoring four goals and providing nine assists in 24 appearances.

    The 17-year-old made eight senior appearances for the Reds last term while becoming the youngest-ever player to start a competitive match for the club.

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