Ranking Liverpool’s 20 signings under Klopp as Salah & Van Dijk transfers key to Reds’ first title win in 30 years

15 – Marko Grujic

A player who initially looked a promising youngster, Marko Grujic hasn’t really made much of an impact at Liverpool and has mostly been out on loan, probably never to return.

14 – Sepp van den Berg

Yet to make an impact, but young defender Sepp van den Berg looks a huge prospect and has looked solid on his occasional appearances in the Liverpool first-team. Plus he surprised Klopp with quite how tall he is.

13 – Harvey Elliott

Another real wonderkid snapped up last summer, Harvey Elliott has looked an exciting prospect on his occasional first-team outings, and should end up being a key member of the squad before too long.

12 – Takumi Minamino

Clearly a talented player, but perhaps one for next season as it’s been a slow start from Takumi Minamino since his January move from Red Bull Salzburg. The Japan international impressed against Liverpool in the Champions League earlier this season and looks an ideal fit for the team’s style of play once he settles.

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Takumi Minamino in action for Liverpool against Everton

11 – Xherdan Shaqiri

A very decent squad player, but Xherdan Shaqiri also arguably hasn’t made the impact many would have hoped for. The Switzerland international is a better player than we’ve really seen in his time at Anfield so far, but it now seems like he’s running out of chances to stake his claim.

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