Liverpool will reportedly miss out on £4.5m worth of add-ons after Philippe Coutinho left Barcelona for Bayern Munich.
At the beginning of 2018, Liverpool agreed to sell the midfielder to the Catalan giants for a fee in the region of £145m, although that figure would only be reached based on a number of criteria being fulfilled during his contract.
However, after Barcelona agreed to loan Coutinho to Bayern Munich for the current campaign, it was suggested that the Merseyside giants may not receive a substantial portion of the previously-agreed price.
The Evening Standard claims otherwise, however, with it being said that Liverpool will only miss out on an appearance-based clause.
Liverpool have already received bonuses for a set number of outings and Barcelona's run to the Champions League semi-finals last season.