The Reds has strengthen their ability to spend aggressively with the added financial backing following the end of their partnership with New Balance.
New Balance deal was capped at £65m surpassing the reds previous deal with Warriors at £25m.
The multi-year partnership begins from June 1 this summer with managing director Billy Hogan insisting the brand matches the club's ambitions for growth.
It is just the latest example of the Reds growing under Jurgen Klopp both on and off the pitch into one of the biggest super clubs in the sport.
The deal with Nike is thought to be £75m at least but possibly more than £80m per year.
This is truly a statement of intent for the recently progressive reds as they seek to reestablish themselves as European powerhouse again.
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