Liverpool FC Players On Twitter
Do you want a list of all the Liverpool players you can follow on Twitter? Follow Liverpool FC Players on Twitter? Which Liverpool players are on Twitter?
It’s a great way of getting know Liverpool players on a more personal level as they let followers into their private lives a bit more.
Liverpool stars also often interact with each other on it which provides a great deal of banter and humour.
Liverpool FC Players Twitter accounts
Reds star James Milner is well known for his humour on Twitter and is probably one of the best twitter accounts you can follow. So it’s worth keeping an eye on him and also other Liverpool FC Players on Twitter.
Follow Liverpool FC Players on Twitter
So here you can find all the current and former Liverpool FC players on Twitter.
James Milner Twitter account
Quality Twitter merchant always providing banter but also a great midfielder too. He is proving that age is just a number.
Trent Alexander-Arnold Twitter account
Liverpool youth academy player. The player was given his Premier League debut by Jurgen Klopp in 2017 and he has flourished as a player since.
Joe Gomez Twitter account
The 21-year-old who was bought by Liverpool from Charlton in 2017 for £3.5m. Looks a quality buy.
Georginio Wijnaldum Twitter account
Liverpool bought Ross Barkley for £25m in the summer transfer window of 2016. He is one of the first names on the teamsheet now.
Fabinho Twitter account
One of the key players for Liverpool now, having signed for them in the 2018 summer window from Monaco for a fee around £43.7m.
More Liverpool players on Twitter
Liverpool’s Egyptian king tweets his photos of training and sends nice social messages at times.
English striker was signed in January 2013 from Chelsea. He may leave Anfield in the summer.
He was signed in the summer of 2014 from Sevilla. Safe to say, he is probably the third-choice left-back now.
Andy Robertson- Liverpool’s star left-back. He has proven to be a great buy after helping Liverpool reach the Champions League final in 2018. He is turning out to be a bargain buy of the decade for £8m.
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He has been a colossus at the back for Liverpool since arriving in the winter window of 2018.
The captain of the club and has been a key figure in this Liverpool team for a long time now.
He is currently out on loan at Bournemouth, but he was a number one right-back for Liverpool for quite some time since arriving in 2015.
Lallana was bought in 2014 summer window and was a key player in the first full season of Klopp. Injuries have marred his progress in the last 18 months.
The Swiss international arrived from relegated Stoke City in the summer of 2018 and has been a good back-up for front three. His famous moment was coming off the bench and scoring two crucial goals in Liverpool’s win over Manchester United in December.
One of the Brazilian lads. Alisson joined in the summer and is leading the golden glove race in the league this season.
His impact in the team has been up and down in the past few seasons. The Belgian still remains a key player when called from the bench.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain arrived from Arsenal in the summer of 2017 and had a terrific second half of last season. He is recovering from the ACL injury which he suffered in April 2018.
One of the new arrivals last summer and is slowly starting to show his quality in a Liverpool shirt. Hasn’t tweeted anything yet.
The Belgian is now the second-choice keeper in the team but he remains professional and works hard to keep himself fit.
Former Liverpool players Twitter
Former Liverpool striker and a fantastic player.
He had a hammer of a left foot when he was playing for Liverpool at left-back. His free-kick goal against Manchester United is still fresh in our minds.
Spanish legend and Liverpool legend who helped us beat Manchester United at Old Trafford and school Nemanja Vidic.
Robbie Fowler is a Liverpool legend and has scored umpteen amount of goals to help the team win silverware.
The legend of the game and Liverpool’s leading goalscorer. He gets the recognition which is richly deserved.