Ibrahima Konate became Liverpool's first signing this summer and the merseyside club wasted no time in triggering his release clause.
Konate was purchased from Leipzig for £38m and he became the 5th Muslim player to be signed by Jürgen Klopp. Here are the remaining 4.
Ozan Kabak was signed on loan from Schalke in January and has found life hard in the Premier League. He has made over 4 appearances for Liverpool since joining and it is yet to be seen if Liverpool will sign him permanently.
Like Konate, Naby Keita was also signed from Leipzig in 2018 when Liverpool triggered his £48m release clause.
The player has been restricted to little playing time for Liverpool due to injuries, he has made 53 appearances for Liverpool scoring only 4 times, and that is low compared to the 58 appearances he made at RB Leipzig within 2 years scoring 14 goals.
Sadio Mané has been a sensational signing for Liverpool, he was purchased for just £34m from Southampton in 2016, and so far he has performed well in every season.
He has scored 74 goals in 162 appearances for Liverpool.
Mohammed Salah has also been another wonderful signing for Liverpool, he could be regarded as Liverpool's signing of the decade.
He moved from Roma to Liverpool for just £36.9m in 2017 and has made 145 appearances for Liverpool scoring 95 goals.
Is this just a coincidence or is Jürgen trying to form some kind of chemistry between the players? Drop your suggestion in the comment section.
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