The 10 best deals in Liverpool during the Klopp era .. Mohamed Salah leads
Achievements of coach Jurgen Klopp
The English Liverpool player and national team captain, Mohamed Salah, came to the fore in the top 10 deals in the English club Liverpool during the long reign of German technical Jurgen Klopp, and the German Jurgen Klopp succeeded in contracting them to make glory for the English club Liverpool.
And – the English Mirror newspaper – said that Mohamed Salah came at the forefront of the best deals in the English club Liverpool, as he holds a record for being the fastest with fifty goals with the English team Liverpool.
And the newspaper said, “Where would Liverpool club without the king of Egypt,” and this is a reference to the English club Liverpool, to resolve the renewal with it and not to give it up and sell it due to what it provided with the team in the past seasons in the English Premier League and the European Champions League.
And – Mirror newspaper – added that German coach Jurgen Klopp is ready to lead the Liverpool team in the sixth season in a row, and we must say that the German coach Jurgen Klopp’s squad is completely different this year from the previous years he spent at Anfield and since Jurgen Klopp took over the Liverpool club many Of championships and achievements.
The Liverpool team, led by German coach Juergen Klopp, won the European Champions League in 2019 after defeating Tottenham with two goals against a goal. The first goal came from a penalty kick scored by Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, and the second goal came through Origi.
Also, the Liverpool team led by German Juergen Klopp won the Club World Cup against Flamengo, and the first goal came through the star Naby Keita with a wonderful assist from Mohamed Salah, and the second goal came through the Brazilian Fermino.
The Liverpool team also won the English Premier League title in the most difficult circumstances, which is the Corona pandemic, so there was a pause in everything, not only in football, but Jurgen Klopp was wise. Something happens and he won the English Premier League and it was a great joy for the team, the club and the fans.
The 10 best deals in Liverpool FC:
1- Mohamed Salah – £38 million AS Roma, June 2017.
Mohamed Salah holds the record for being the fastest with 50 goals for Liverpool. After suffering at Chelsea in his first spell in England, the pharaoh rediscovered himself in Italy with Fiorentina and Rome, Liverpool saw something in the wing that suggested he could be a star and by scoring 32 goals in the Premier League in His first campaign soon proved correct.
2. Marko Gruich – £5 million Red Star January 2016.
Marco Gruich left Liverpool to join FC Porto in July 2021 and unfortunately the midfielder failed to secure a place in the Liverpool first team and spent most of his time on loan and returned to Red Star before heading to Cardiff, Hertha Berlin and Porto.
3- Stephen Kolker, January 2016.
Oddly enough, Stephen Kolker has been used as an emergency striker for the Reds and the 29-year-old is enjoying a good spell in Turkey having impressed at Alanyaspor and in June he forged a deal to join Fenerbahce.
4- Sadio Mane – £34m Southampton, June 2016.
Sadio Mane has been one of Liverpool’s best performing players over the past five seasons and Klopp had tracked Mane when he was coach of Borussia Dortmund and had already turned down the opportunity to sign the Senegalese after discovering his rise at Red Bull Salzburg in Liverpool and would have corrected his mistake.
5. Loris Karius – 4.75 million pounds. Mainz, July 2016.
Klopp has raided his former club to sign budding goalkeeper Karius who has been tracked down by a number of clubs after some impressive performances in the Bundesliga.
6- Joel Matip – Free Shalk July 2016.
Joel Matip has been out of action due to a prolonged injury over the past two seasons
In fact, the German was acquitted in his decision. Matip was a strong player at the back, providing a consistent presence on the ball and is also difficult to break when defending.
7. Ragnar Klavan – 4 million pounds, Augsburg, July 2016.
Klopp continued his summer attack on the German transfer market by picking Klavan, who was seen as a player in the squad more than anything else.
8- Wijnaldum – 25 million pounds, Newcastle, July 2016.
Like Mane, Wijnaldum has played a pivotal role in Liverpool’s recent success over the past five years.
9- Dominic Solanke – 6.5 million pounds sterling for Chelsea, July 2017.
But the striker never fully started at Anfield, struggled for match time and when he had the chance, he failed to take it with both hands. The Reds made a stellar profit from the England international once when he sold him to Bournemouth for £19m.
10. Andy Robertson – £8m Hull City July 2017
Andy Robertson has emerged as one of the best left-backs in the world at Liverpool
He did well at Hull City but did nothing to attract the attention of the big clubs but Liverpool’s recruitment team was keeping an eye on him and opted to move when Hull relegated. As it turns out it was a stroke of genius.