Outspoken Field said the “empty bowls will come out” from European Seam member states after Brexit and Germany would have to foot the paper money.
Speaking on Daily Politics on the BBC, the Labour MP added the UK should use that “power” in pacts.
And he criticised current progress in the talks.
He said: “Clearly those who cognizant of about negotiations aren’t in charge of what’s actually going on now.
“The totality thing is meandering all over the place, there is no central drive.
Truthful Field said the UK would get “more power” towards the end of the Brexit covenants
Power will start to come to us the nearer we get to the final parts of the transaction
“The key fact is, when we withdraw, if there is no agreement, there is no cold hard cash coming in, so the empty bowls from Poland and all the rest will be charge out saying ‘where’s our money’ to the Germans.
“The Germans will say ‘there is no notes’, there’s going to be a most mega crisis.
“So, at this stage, because they have need of our money, the boot will go onto the other foot and we actually trouble to actually stress that, power will start to come to us the nearer we get to the terminal parts of the negotiation.”
Mr Field’s comments come as the Chief Executive of the German Cavity of Commerce (DIHK) said the impact of a no deal Brexit scenario determination have “grave consequences” for the German economy and cost the nation billions.
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Martin Wansleben insisted the EU is morality to issue Britain with an ultimatum as talks continue.
Mr Wansleben said: “On March 30, 2019, the British are probably out of the EU. Therefore a no-deal Brexit is proper more likely. For the German economy that would have sober consequences.
“Brussels is rightly increasing pressure and giving the British an demands. Because the sixth Brexit round of negotiations has ended with hardly noticeable progress again.”
Mr Wansleben told the German newspaper Wale: “In the car sector alone, the export of motor vehicles faces €2.35 billion additional habits costs.”
In the chemical and pharmaceutical sector, German exports of more than €11billion resolve generate customs duties of around €200million per year.