Harvey Elliott became the youngest ever Premier League player, just 16 years and 30 days, when he was replaced by Fulham in the spring of 2019.
Shortly afterwards, Elliott signed for Liverpool, but the clubs were unable to agree on a compensation for the super talent.
Now a tribunal has decided that Liverpool must pay just under 20 million kroner immediately. The sum can reach just over 50 million kroner if Elliott rounds 100 games for Liverpool and gets a national game for England. It writes The Athletic Wednesday night.
In addition, Fulham will have 20 percent of a possible resale of Elliott.
Fulham writes on their website that the club is happy with the solution, but according to The Athletic, Fulham wanted just over 115 million kroner for Elliott. Liverpool are said to have offered about twelve million kroner.
Elliott, who turns 18 in April, is on loan to Blackburn this season.
There are high expectations for the winger. In the Championship, he has delivered the goods with four goals and eight goalscorers in 441 minutes spread over 22 games. Blackburn are in eighth place in the Championship.