Liverpool have been busy buying in 2016, with Marko Grujic, Joel Matip, Loris Karius, Sadio Mane and Ragnar Klavan climbing aboard the Jurgun Klopp revolution.
However, the Reds have got rid of even more players.
Twelve players have now left Anfield this summer following Adam Bogdan’s loan escape to Wigan Athletic.
Bogdan, 28, joined the Championship newcomers on a season-long loan on Wednesday afternoon, as reported by BBC Sport.
Liverpool are unlikely to miss Bogdan, who proved very error prone last season.
He dropped clangers in two of his last three games for the Reds – he made six appearances in total.
Bogdan spilled a cross into the path of a grateful Nathan Ake to set Watford on their way to a 3-0 win over Liverpool in December, before going one
better worse against Exeter City in January when he allowed Lee Holmes to score direct from corner.
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Liverpool have also sanctioned loan deals for young goalkeepers Ryan Fulton (Chesterfield) and Danny Ward (Huddersfield), while Spanish left-back Jose Enrique, Ivorian centre-back Kolo Toure and German striker Samed Yesil were all released at the end of their contracts.
In terms of sales, Jordan Rossiter moved to Rangers, Joao Carlos Teixeira left for Porto, Sergi Canos joined Norwich, Martin Skrtel jetted off to Fenerbahce, while Jordon Ibe relocated to Bournemouth.
Liverpool also got some cash for Jerome Sinclair, in the form of compensation due to his age, when the out-of-contract forward signed for Watford.