As Jurgen Klopp fine-tuned his team for the second half of the season, Liverpool splashed the cash in the January transfer window while also seeing a number of players exit Anfield.
Liverpool may not have been the busiest Premier League club in the January transfer window, but the Reds made a big impression.
The lads from Merseyside’s red half only brought one player to Anfield, paying £50 million for Porto winger Luis Diaz.
The 25-year-old Colombia international improves Jurgen Klopp’s prospects of winning three trophies this season, with Liverpool in contention for the Champions League and facing Chelsea in the Carabao Cup final.
And don’t dismiss Liverpool’s prospects of catching Manchester City in the Premier League.
So, now that the deadline has passed, Klopp can analyze his new-look group, which includes one newcomer and four leavers.
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Liverpool’s deadline-day chase of Fulham prodigy Fabio Carvalho fell through despite the two clubs agreeing on a deal.
The Reds, on the other hand, will be confident in getting him in when the summer window opens.
Luis Diaz – Porto, £50 million
Tony Gallacher – St. Johnstone, new single
Morgan Boyes – Livingston has been released.
Stalybridge Celtic loanee Liam Hughes
Nathaniel Phillips (Bournemouth) is on loan.
On Sunday, Liverpool announced the acquisition of Diaz, with Klopp telling the club’s website: “I am overjoyed that we were able to complete this transaction and bring Luis to Liverpool.
“I’ve always believed that if you want to sign a player in the summer, you should sign him in January, and that’s exactly what happened with Luis.