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Liverpool transfers list 2021: Liverpool new player signings 2020/21

Liverpool transfers list 2020: Liverpool new player signings 2020

Liverpool transfers list 2021: Liverpool new player signings 2021

Liverpool transfer list history – all Liverpool FC transfers history 2021 and also multiple previous seasons.

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Also, Note that transfers fees amounts are very sensitive to inflation which is not considered there and exchange rates between British pound and Euro or other rates. Here we take a look at all the recent Liverpool transfer history.

So what do we know about Liverpool’s transfer history?

Let us first analyze the team based on their transfer history in the last 3 and half seasons, ie since Jurgen Klopp took over at Anfield.

Liverpool transfers list

Season 2020-21

Transfer In:

Players Age From Club Transfer Fee
Diogo Jota 23 Wolves £44.70m
Left Winger Premier League
Thiago 29 Bayern Munich £22.00m
Central Midfield Bundesliga
Konstantinos Tsimikas 24 Olympiacos £13.00m
Left-Back Super League 1
Ozan Kabak 20 FC Schalke 04 Loan fee: £990Th
Centre Back Bundesliga
Ben Davies 25 Preston Loan fee: £513Th
Centre Back Championship

Transfer Out:

Players Age To Club Transfer Fee
Rhian Brewster 20 Sheff Utd £23.40m
Dejan Lovren 31 Zenit S-Pb £10.80m
Ovie Ejaria 22 Reading £3.51m
Harry Wilson 23 Cardiff Loan fee:£1.17m
Adam Lallana 32 Brighton free transfer
Nathaniel Clyne 29 Crystal Palace free transfer
Sepp van den Berg 19 Preston loan transfer
Marko Grujic 24 FC Porto loan transfer
Loris Karius 27 Union Berlin loan transfer
Taiwo Awoniyi 23 Union Berlin loan transfer
Sheyi Ojo 23 Cardiff loan transfer
Takumi Minamino 26 Southampton loan transfer

Season 2019-2020

Transfer IN:

Takumi Minamino – € 8.50 Million from RB Salzburg

Sepp Van Der Berg – €1.90 Million  from PEC Zwolle

Harvey Ellliott – Undisclosed transfer fee from Fulham FC

Sheyi Ojo –  Back from loan on Rangers

Transfer OUT: 

Danny Ings – €22.20 Million to Southampton

Marko Grujic – €2.00 Million to Hertha BSC on loan

Alberto Moreno – Free transfer to Villareal

Daniel Sturridge –  Released as free agent

Connor Randall – Released as free agent

Adam Bogdan – Released as free agent

Sheyi Ojo – Rangers (Re-Loaned)


NET In: €1.90 Million + Harvey Elliott fee

NET Out: €24.20 Million


Season 2018-2019

Transfer IN:

Alisson Becker – €62.50 Million from AS Roma

Naby Keita – €60.00 Million from RB Leipzig

Fabinho – €45.00 Million from AS Monaco

Xherdan Shaqiri – €14.70 Million from Stoke City

Ovie Ejaria – Back from loan at Reading


Transfer OUT:

Dominic Solanke – €21.20 Million to AFC Bournemouth

Danny Ward – €14.00 Million to Leicester City

Loris Karius – €2.50 Million to Besiktas on loan

Ragnar Klavan – €1.30 Million to Cagliari Calcio on loan

Harry Wilson – €1.10 Million to Derby County on loan

Marko Grujic – €1.00 Million to Hertha BSC on loan

Jon Flanagan – Free transfer to Rangers

Sheyi Ojo – Free loan to Reims

Lazar Markovic – Free transfer to Fulham

Emre Can – Free transfer to Juventus

Danny Ings – Free loan to Southampton

Nathaniel Clyne – Free loan to AFC Bournemouth

Ben Woodburn – Free loan to Sheffield United


Net IN: €182.20 Million

Net OUT: €41.10 Million


Season  2017-2018

Transfer IN:

Virgil Van Dijk – €84.65 Million from Southampton

Mo Salah – €42.00 Million from AS Roma

Alex Oxlade Chamberlain – €38.00 Million from Arsenal

Andrew Robertson – €9.00 Million from Hull City

Tony Gallacher – €228.00 Thousand from Falkirk FC

Dominic Solanke – Disputed price in court proceeding from Chelsea FC

Jon Flanagan – Back from loan on Bolton

Daniel Sturridge – Back from loan on West Brom

Marko Grujic – Back from loan on Cardiff City

Transfer OUT:

Philippe Coutinho – €145.00 Million to Barcelona

Mamadou Sakho – €28.20 Million to Crystal Palace

Divock Origi – €6.50 Million to Wolfsburg on loan

Lucas Leica – €5.70 Million to Lazio

Kevin Stewart: €4.70 Million to Hull City

Daniel Sturridge – €2.30 Million to West Bromwich Albion on loan

Andre Wisdom – €2.30 Million to Derby County

Lazar Markovic – Free loan to RSC Anderlecht

Marko Grujic – Free loan to Cardiff City


Net IN: €173.88 Million

Net OUT: €194.50 Million


Season 2016-2017:

Transfer IN:

Sadio Mane – €41.20 Million from Southampton

Gini Wijnaldum – €27.50 Million from Newcastle United

Loris Karius – €6.20 Million from FSV Mainz 05

Ragnar Klavan – €5.00 Million from FC Augsburg

Joel Matip – Free transfer from FC Schalke

Trent Alexander-Arnold – Picked up from Liverpool u18 team

Lazar Markovic – Back from loan at Sporting CP

Danny Ward – Back from loan at Huddersfield Town


Transfer OUT:

Christian Benteke – €31.20 Million to Crystal Palace

Jordan Ibe – €18.00 Million to AFC Bournemouth

Joe Allen – €15.50 Million to Stoke City

Martin Skrtel – €6.00 Million to Fenerbahce

Tiago Llori – €4.30 Million to FC Reading

Luis Alberto – €4.00 Million to Lazio

Brad Smith – €3.60 Million to AFC Bournemouth

Mamadou Sakho – €2.30 Million to Crystal Palace on loan

Lawrence Vigouroux – €480 Thousand to Swindon Town

Mario Balotelli – Free transfer to Nice

Kolo Toure – Free transfer to Celtic

Lazard Markovic – Free loan to Hull City

Danny Ward – Free loan to Huddersfield Town


Net IN: €79.90 Million

Net OUT: €85.38 Million


Hence we can see here after analyzing the three and a half seasons under Klopp, Liverpool have a net spend of €92.70 Million plus the fee they paid for Harvey Elliott.

In this span of money, Klopp has managed to overhaul an ageing slow squad and replace it with smart, energetic and dynamic players who have already won a Champions League and are on course to win much more!


Liverpool 10 most expensive transfers of all time

(We will also try to judge whether they have been a hit or a flop)

10. Roberto Firmino – £29 Million from Hoffenheim in July, 2015


9. Sadio Mane – £30 Million from Southampton in June, 2016


8. Christian Benteke – £32.50 Million from Aston Villa in July, 2015


7. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain – £35 Million from Arsenal in August, 2017

VERDICT – Jury still not out

6. Andy Carroll – £35 Million from Newcastle in January, 2011


5. Fabinho – £43.70 Million from AS Monaco in July, 2018


4. Mo Salah – £43.9 Million from AS Roma in June, 2017


3. Naby Keita – £52.75 Million from RB Leipzig in July, 2018

VERDICT – Jury still not out

2. Alisson Becker – £65.00 Million from AS Roma in July, 2018


1. VIRGIL VAN DIJK – £75.00 Million from Southampton in January, 2018

VERDICT – Current Ballon d’Or contender and best defender in the world!

Hence, once analyzed we see that Liverpool have generally done brilliantly well in the market and their scouting and transfer team must be congratulated alongside the manager for putting the club where they are now. It is not easy to do well in the inflated transfer market these days! Kudos Liverpool.

Liverpool transfers list


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