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Liverpool players hairstyles

Liverpool players haircuts? Here we take a look at some Liverpool players hairstyles.

A lot of Liverpool footballers have long, big, short, blonde or ginger haired hairstyle now in 2019. It’s a common trend among Liverpool footballers to vary the haircuts to stand out. But some can pull the hairstyles off and some just can’t.

Best Liverpool players hairstyles

A good example of a Liverpool player who can pull off his haircut which stands out is Virgil Van Dijk. He is one of those people that actually look better with his hairstyle than previous haircuts! Van Dijk is also featured in our Liverpool players best beards list.

1. Virgil Van Dijk


Virgil van Dijk is a Dutch footballer who right now players for Premier League club Liverpool FC. The Netherlands player finished a club record £75m move to Liverpool FC from Premier League rivals Southampton on 1 January 2018. Van Dijk turned into the most costly defender on the planet following his change to Anfield from the south coast following an extended transfer saga.

The Dutch safeguard moved from Eredivisie club Groningen from Scottish Premier League champions Celtic in £2.6m bargain in 2013. After two seasons in Scotland, Southampton marked Van Dijk in a £13m exchange on 1 September 2015 to interface up with his comrade Ronald Koeman at St Mary’s. Virgil finished a £13m move to Southampton from Celtic on 1 September 2015. The Netherlands player marked a five-year contract with the Saints to keep running until 2021. Van Dijk connected up with Dutch legend and Southampton chief Ronald Koeman at St Mary’s.

He made his Premier League debut in a 0-0 draw with West Brom at The Hawthorns on 12 September. Virgil’s first goal in England came in his third Premier League appearance to help Southampton simplicity to a 3-1 win against Swansea City. The Dutch defender set up himself as one of the Premier League’s most encouraging centre halves amid his first season at St Mary’s.

He scored three goals in 38 appearances to win another six-year contract with the Saints, which Virgil marked on 7 May 2016. Van Dijk was named Southampton club skipper after Jose Fonte moved to West Ham United in the 2017 January window. His arrangement was compensate for his extraordinary exhibitions in the main portion of his second season at St Mary’s.

Under new chief Claude Puel, Van Dijk was instrumental in causing Southampton to achieve the League Cup final at Wembley. Virgil endured a genuine lower leg damage amid a Premier League conflict with Leicester to shorten his 2016-17 season. The Dutch focus half passed up the EFL Cup last because of damage after the Saints lost 3-2 to Manchester United at Wembley.

Van Dijk was connected with a move to Liverpool FC in the 2017 summer window. Indeed, the Southampton commander was spotted conversing with Liverpool FC supervisor Jurgen Klopp in Blackpool to fuel discuss a potential move to Anfield. The Netherlands international was connected with a move to then defending Premier League champions Chelsea and Manchester City yet Liverpool FC were touted as top picks to sign Van Dijk.

However, the Reds issued an announcement saying ‘sorry’ to Southampton for their quest for the Dutch focus half and authoritatively finished their enthusiasm for Van Dijk. On 7 August 2017, Virgil turned in an exchange demand at Southampton trying to drive through a late spring move before due date day.

Liverpool FC made Van Dijk the most costly defender on the planet when the Reds marked the Southampton safeguard in a £75m deal. Virgil marked a long haul contract with the 18-time English heroes after he turned into the Merseyside club’s record signing.Van Dijk wears the No4 short recently involved by Sami Hyypia. The resigned Finnish safeguard was a previous Groningen player like Van Dijk.

The Dutch defender said upon his official announcement:

“I think the most important thing is the size of the club, the culture of the club, the players, the manager and obviously the fans, who make the club this special.

“With the history at the club and everything around it – even the training ground and stuff – it is just a perfect, perfect match for me, and for my family as well.”

Van Dijk scored on his Liverpool FC debut in a 2-1 win against Everton in the FA Cup.

He made 23 appearances for the Reds in the 2017-18 season as Liverpool FC reached the Champions League final.

Klopp’s side lost 3-1 to Real Madrid in the Kiev showpiece.

This season he has won the PFA player of the year award.


Van Dijk started growing out his hair when he joined Celtic. He had curls which spread out but were not long enough to be tied. In Southampton, he started tying it to a bun, a style which allows him to keep his face clean and hair neat. He still follows that in Liverpool.

2. Adam Lallana


Adam Lallana is a Liverpool midfielder whose career has been riddled with injuries. As an attacking midfielder, Lallana has extraordinarily affected every one of the teams he has played for; mainly, Southampton and Liverpool FC.

In 2016, he was the beneficiary of the England Player of the Year Award which he earned gratitude to his unmatched commitment to England’s World Cup qualifying matches. In 2007 he was credited quickly to AFC Bournemouth and when he returned, he immediately worked his way to the primary group and in 2012 turned into the skipper. Lallana would help Southampton procure two advancements from the League One to the Championships and to the Premier League.

Adam marked a 5-year contract with Southampton in 2013, in any case, while getting ready for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, he started drawing in enthusiasm from Merseyside club, Liverpool FC. Following England’s exit from the World Cup, Lallana in June 2014 marked with Liverpool on an arrangement supposedly worth £25 million. In his 8 seasons at Southampton, Adam scored 60 goals from 265 appearances. Injuries postponed Lallana’s appearance for Liverpool which came later in September 2014. His first goal came in October that year against West Brom. Since joining Liverpool, Adam has helped the side achieve finals in the Football League Cup, UEFA Champions League, and the UEFA Europa League and now the UEFA Champions League once again.


Lallana has always maintained a neat hairstyle. He went blonde in the middle before switching back to brunette but he has always kept it cropped and trimmed.

Only once he grew it out and let it fall over his forehead but the look did not really suit him. He tried covering it up by wearing a band which only made it worse.

3. Mo Salah


Mohamed Salah is an Egyptian footballer who plays as a forward for the Egyptian national team just as the Premier League club ‘Liverpool.’

Born and raised in Gharbia, Egypt, he is a skilled footballer since his adolescence. He began his profession with the adolescent group of the Egyptian club ‘El Mokawloon.’ Soon, his change happened to the club’s senior group in the ‘Egyptian Premier League’ in 2010.

In 2012, he transferred to the Swiss football club, ‘FC Basel’. He assumed a significant job in Basel’s triumph in the 2012-13 ‘Swiss Championship’ and the 2013 ‘Uhren container.’ In January 2014, he went to ‘Chelsea,’ turning into the first ever Egyptian player to play with Chelsea. In this way, he played for ‘Roma’ and ‘Fiorentina’ (on loan) before marking another agreement with ‘Liverpool’ in 2017. In 2017, he was named the ‘African Footballer of the Year’ by BBC and CAF.

In June 2017, Salah consented to a long haul contract with Liverpool for 50 million which was a club record. He, consequently, turned into Liverpool’s first historically speaking Egyptian player and scored in his presentation coordinate against ‘Watford.’ He was named as ‘Player of the Month’ for August by Liverpool fans.He has since proceeded to break most goal scoring records for the Reds and is currently a standout amongst the best players on the planet.


Mo Salah has always had a wildish looking hair style. Even at FC Basel or Chelsea, when he kept his hair trimmed, it would still blow in every direction in the wind.

It did look neat though unlike now where it looks like a bird’s nest.

4. Divock Origi


Divock Origi started his pro football profession since 2013, subsequent to being advanced from the B group of the club in 2012. He was marked with the club in 2010 and started playing for the second team.

He made his senior debut on 24 January 2013, against Plabennec. He scored in his debut on 3 February 2013, against Troyes. His two seasons with the club finished with an aggregate of 51 appearances and 8 goals.

Origi then marked with the premier league club Liverpool on 29 July 2014, marking to a five-year contract with the club. After his turn, he was promptly loaned back to Lille for the 2014-15 season.

He scored a goal on 14 July 2015 in his arrival to Liverpool in a friendly against Thai All-Stars. He made his proper debut for the club on 12 September 2015, against Manchester United. He scored his first Liverpool goal, scoring a cap trap in a 6– 1 away success over Southampton on 2 December 2015.

He scored his first Premier League objective on 13 December 2015. He was additionally sent on an loan to Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg in 2017 and came back to his parent club in 2018. He is a decent companion with his former teammate Coutinho.


His curl bangs have become a very popular cut with many players these days. Another famous player who has the same cut is Wilfried Zaha.

Ex- Liverpool players haircuts: Fernando Torres haircut


Fernando Torres has changed his hairstyle during the time. He started off with long hair, but got later a haircut and now he has short hair.

 Fernando Torres hairstyle: long hair
Fernando Torres haircut: Has cut off the long hair and has now short hair.

Fernando Torres had a brilliant time at Liverpool and he did score some important goals in the Champions League and the Premier League. Torres always had different hair. Sometimes long, sometimes short and sometimes brown instead of blonde.

See also…

Liverpool players with beards 2019

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