Liverpool Transfers 2023/24



NameNationalityClubAgeAmount (€M)
Alexis Mac AllisterARGBrighton2442
Dominik SzoboszlaiHUNRB Leipzig2270
Wataru EndoJAPStuttgart3020
Ryan GravenberchNEDBayern Munich2140



NameNationalityClubAgeAmount (€M)
Roberto FirminoBRAAl Ahli31FREE
FabinhoBRAAl Ittihad2946.7
James MilnerENGBrighton and Hove Albion37FREE
Jordan HendersonENGAl Ettifaq3314
Naby KeitaGUIWerder Bremen28FREE
Alex Oxlade-ChamberlainBELBesiktas29FREE
Fabio CarvalhoENGRB Leipzig20LOAN
Sepp van den BergWALMainz21LOAN
Rhys WilliamsENGAberdeen22LOAN
Calvin RamsaySCOPreston North End19LOAN
Arthur MeloBRAJuventus26N/A – END OF LOAN
Nat PhillipsENGCeltic26LOAN

To balance out the skew of so many players leaving the club, the club signed Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endo and Ryan Gravenberch. Our midfield depth looks decent at the moment, with a need for defensive reinforcements. Our attack though, seems stacked. We have a young squad now, especially with the incoming of numerous young players coupled with a few experienced campaigners leaving the Reds.

The influx of promising young players, coupled with the departure of experienced campaigners, has resulted in a more youthful squad. Liverpool’s commitment to nurturing emerging talents aligns with their ethos of identifying and developing the next generation of football stars.

As the season unfolds, fans can look forward to witnessing the seamless integration of these new signings into Klopp’s tactical setup. The blend of youthful exuberance and seasoned wisdom sets the stage for a dynamic and competitive campaign.