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Over the last 20 years, Liverpool were forced to sell several top players. Some of those former Reds went on to great success with their new teams. While some succeeded, others failed to live up to their sale prices. Here, we take a look at Liverpool’s 5 most expensive transfer sales.
We all know that centre-back Virgil van Dijk signed for Liverpool in January 2018 for a Liverpool transfer fee record of £76 million. What you might not know is the fee paid for Van Dijk isn't actually the largest-ever fee paid for a Liverpool player... sort of.
Who are Liverpool's leading all-time goalscorers? The club has had some of the greatest players to ever play in England.
Luis Diaz has looked like the real deal since arriving from FC Porto in January for an initial £37.5 million. With Mohamed Salah's contract situation up in the air and the contracts of Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino coming to an end in 2023, Diaz gives Liverpool something to build on going forward.
Divock Origi has scored some of Liverpool's most important goals of the last five seasons. The Belgian striker was at it again versus Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League on matchday 15 with a second-half stoppage-time winner. The Belgian has had a hot and cold career at Liverpool. Beset by injuries, Origi has often looked... Continue Reading →
Divock Origi and Takumi Minamino were thrown onto the pitch by Jurgen Klopp late against West Ham on Sunday with Liverpool desperate for a goal. In just 15 minutes of play, the Carabao Cup goalscoring pair made a difference, although Liverpool ultimately fell to defeat. Origi's 83rd-minute goal made the game interesting and pulled Liverpool... Continue Reading →
Last night's 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in the Champions League was abysmal. Sure, Real Madrid were in decent form going into the game, but Liverpool had won back-to-back Premier League matches. This wasn't the Real Madrid team of 2018 with Ronaldo and Bale that defeated Liverpool in the Champions League Final. The Reds were... Continue Reading →
If you were familiar with centre-back Nat Phillips, and not as many people knew about or watched him prior to this season as they claim to have, you will know that he was passed over early on this season as an answer to Liverpool's defensive issues. On Wednesday night, Phillips put in another sterling performance... Continue Reading →
Divock Origi is a Liverpool legend. It seems strange to say that about a player who has struggled to get into the first-team since day No. 1. However, his exploits against Barcelona in the Champions League semifinals in 2018-19 go down in club history alongside the achievements of other great players. Now in his sixth... Continue Reading →