The League Two side will get a pay off from the Johnson deal of four years ago.
One League Two side are really hoping Liverpool win the Premier League and that is Portsmouth, as the club would make £1m if they do, reports the Mirror.
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This money would be a lifeline for the cash-strapped team, who have entered administration twice in the last few years and are on the verge of dropping out of the Football League.
It’s been a terrible fall from grace for the 2008 FA Cup champions, who were a top flight side in 2010 and yet since then have struggled both on and off the pitch.
Yet a clause in the transfer of Glen Johnson from Pompey to Anfield back in the summer of 2009 could give the Hampshire club an unexpected cash fall.
That is because there was an agreement made when the £17m deal was finalised that indicated that if Johnson helped the Reds win the league a further £1m would be paid to the south coast team.
Whilst this would be a minor annoyance to the Merseysiders – who would probably happily pay the fee just to win their first English crown since 1990 – it could be the difference between carrying on as a football club or not for Portsmouth.
There is a very good chance of this happening as well as Brendan Rodgers’ side are currently top of the table with six matches remaining following the weekend’s results in the English top tier.
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