Liverpool Squad, Team, All Players 2021/22
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Liverpool Squad 2021/22 – Arrivals and Departures
|Players||Age||From Club||Transfer Fee|
|Ibrahim Konate||22||RB Leipzig||£36.00m|
|Players||Age||To Club||Transfer Fee|
|Taiwo Awoniyi||23||Union Berlin||£5.85m|
|Xherdan Shaqiri||29||Olympique Lyon||£5.40m|
|Marko Grujic||25||FC Porto||Loan fee:£900Th.|
|Georginio Wijnaldum||30||Paris SG||free transfer|
Liverpool Current Squad 2021/22
|#||Player & Position||Date of Birth (Age)||Contract expires||Market Value|
|1||Alisson||Oct 2, 1992 (28)||Jun 30, 2027||£54.00m|
|13||Adrián||Jan 3, 1987 (34)||Jun 30, 2022||£900Th.|
|62||Caoimhin Kelleher||Nov 23, 1998 (22)||Jun 30, 2027||£2.25m|
|4||Virgil van Dijk||Jul 8, 1991 (30)||Jun 30, 2025||£49.50m|
|12||Joe Gomez||May 23, 1997 (24)||Jun 30, 2024||£27.00m|
|32||Joel Matip||Aug 8, 1991 (30)||Jun 30, 2024||£16.20m|
|5||Ibrahim Konate||May 25, 1999 (22)||Jun 30, 2026||£31.50m|
|46||Rhys Williams||Feb 3, 2001 (20)||Jun 30, 2023||£4.50m|
|47||Nathaniel Phillips||Mar 21, 1997 (24)||Jun 30, 2023||£7.20m|
|26||Andrew Robertson||Mar 11, 1994 (27)||Jun 30, 2026||£58.50m|
|21||Konstantinos Tsimikas||May 12, 1996 (25)||Jun 30, 2025||£7.20m|
|66||Trent Alexander-Arnold||Oct 7, 1998 (22)||Jun 30, 2025||£67.50m|
|76||Neco Williams||Apr 13, 2001 (20)||Jun 30, 2025||£7.20m|
|3||Fabinho||Oct 23, 1993 (27)||Jun 30, 2026||£54.00m|
|6||Thiago||Apr 11, 1991 (30)||Jun 30, 2024||£27.20m|
|8||Naby Keïta||Feb 10, 1995 (26)||Jun 30, 2023||£28.80m|
|14||Jordan Henderson||Jun 17, 1990 (31)||Jun 30, 2023||£18.00m|
|15||Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain||Aug 15, 1993 (28)||Jun 30, 2023||£16.20m|
|17||Curtis Jones||Jan 30, 2001 (20)||Jun 30, 2025||£27.00m|
|7||James Milner||Jan 4, 1986 (35)||Jun 30, 2022||£2.70m|
|10||Sadio Mané||Apr 10, 1992 (29)||Jun 30, 2023||£76.50m|
|20||Diogo Jota||Dec 4, 1996 (24)||Jun 30, 2025||£40.50m|
|11||Mohamed Salah||Jun 15, 1992 (29)||Jun 30, 2023||£90.00m|
|67||Harvey Elliot||Apr 3, 2004 (18)||Jun 30, 2026||£13.50m|
|9||Roberto Firmino||Oct 2, 1991 (29)||Jun 30, 2023||£45.00m|
|27||Divock Origi||Apr 18, 1995 (26)||Jun 30, 2022||£10.80m|
For this season, Liverpool only have three goalkeepers in Alisson Becker, Adrian and Caoimhin Kelleher. Alisson, who Liverpool signed in 2018 for £66.8 million, is their first choice keeper but has suffered a shoulder injury which is due to keep him out of action for a long time. He has the Golden Glove award in three competitions last season – Premier League, Champions League and Copa America.
Adrian arrived at Anfield on a free transfer in 2019 and has done fairly well in Alisson’s absence. He is commanding the Reds backline with a lot of confidence, although there is room for improvement.
Liverpool has a strong defence this season with Virgil van Dijk marshalling it. The Dutchman has continued on his sublime form from last season and was a top contender for the 2019 Balon d’Or. Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Dejan Lovren have all partnered van Dijk in central defence but Matip seems to be Jurgen Klopp’s top choice for now.
Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are Liverpool’s first-choice fullbacks. In the area of left-backs, there has been a new addition in the form of Konstantinos Tsimikas, who is doing fairly well so far. Neco Williams recently signed a 5 year contract at the club after breaking through the youth team.
The addition of Naby Keita and Fabinho in 2018 has enhanced Liverpool’s midfield to a great extent. Fabinho has quickly established himself as a key component of this Champions League-winning and Premier League (2019-20 campaign) winning Liverpool team while Keita has also shown his skills well.
Jordan Henderson, James Milner and Thiago Alcantara remain dependable figures under Klopp. Hendersonhas come a long way since his early days at Merseyside, becoming a strong central figure for the team. His ability to hold onto possession and to spread the game has really called for praise from both fans and pundits.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is frequently on the bench but is still a quality backup option.
Liverpool boast of one of the deadliest attacking trios in the world in Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. The trio scored 91 of the club’s 135 goals in 2018/19 and helped Liverpool to the Champions League final. Now, in wingers, there have been two new exciting signings this year in the form of Diogo Jota from Wolves and Takumi Minamino from Red Bull Salzburg.
The likes of Harry Wilson, Xherdan Shaqiri and Adam Lallana had to be moved out either on loan or permanently because of how good the starting three have been for Liverpool. Divock Origi has maintained his spot in the team after his heroics helped the Reds to their sixth Champions League title in the 2018-19 season. Klopp successfully signed the Belgian to a contract extension and often utilises him to give his front-three some rest from time to time.