So we are basically self sustainable in generating funds from the sale of potentially good players for overinflated fees to mid-table Premiership sides. If anyone thinks that's going to happen forever or is in itself sustainable, they're burying their heads in the sand. How long before players like Ibe and Solanke start to become warning signs for these sort of deals? If Brewster is a success then great, if he's in the Championship in a year or two then yeah.. I don't think there will be a continuing trend of selling Liverpool reserves for £20m-£30 to your Aston Villa's and Bournemouth's.