Jurgen Klopp's LFC Transfers

Bought | Sold | Released

Jurgen Klopp was appointed the LFC manager in October 2015 - replacing Brendan Rodgers after 8 games of that season's Premier League campaign.

His philosophy from the outset was to delay player transfers to give him a full assessment of the squad.

He resisted the temptation of signing a player in his first transfer window - January 2016 - although the reds were heavily linked with Alex Teixeira of Shakhtar Donetsk who eventually moved to China.

His first signing as Liverpool manager was Marko Grujic but he continued to play for his club for the remainder of the season on loan.

The reds reached two cup finals with the squad he inherited, although they lost both the League Cup and Europa League finals.

In the summer of 2016 he began a massive clearout of many of Brendan Rodgers signings - as he aimed to reduce the number of players the reds were loaning out.

At the end of his first full season the reds returned to the top four of the Premier League and qualified for the lucrative Champions League. The club then went on to reach a Champions League final against Real Madrid in his first CL season with the reds. In 2018/19 the reds continued their stunning rise with Klopp's players to finish 2nd on 97 points in the Premier League and also won a 6th European title in the 2019/19 season.

The reds were crowned World Champions in December 2019 and would end the 2019/20 pandemic affected season as runaway Premier League Champions - a first title in 30 years, 18 points clear of second place.