Jurgen Klopp has made a name for himself in Dortmund and Liverpool, he has many players who were successfully bought.
Signed by: AS Roma ((£67 million)
After Loris Karius made two errors in the Champions League final in 2018, Klopp quickly brought Alisson from Roma and Liverpool never regretted it. The Brazilian was the key to last season’s success in Europe and keeping an incredible 20 clean sheets in the Premier League to earn him the Golden Glove award, being the first Liverpool player since Pepe Reina , he is also the number one goalkeeper in Brazil who has just been crowned Copa America after 12 years of waiting in the summer in his home country.
Signed from: Bayern Munich (£4 million)
Hummels and Klopp won two Bundesliga titles together before the center-back returned to Bayern Munich, where he won the Bundesliga 2 again. The center-back made an unexpected comeback with Dortmund this summer and hopes to recreate his previous form after being dropped from the German squad.
Virgil Van Dijk
Signed from: Southampton (£75 million)
When Liverpool failed to sign Van Dijk in the summer of 2017, Klopp accepted no replacement and waited a few months to get the person he liked most. The rest is history. Van Dijk is now the world’s leading center-back and a central part of the club’s progress under Klopp, who has just won the European Footballer of the Year award.
Signed by: Nurnberg (£5 million)
One of the most important members of Dortmund’s 2011/12 Bundesliga squad, Ilkay Gundogan soon attracted Pep Guardiola’s interest in Manchester City. But it is thought that Klopp has developed this midfielder into the excellent Premier League champion we see today.
Signed by: AS Roma (£36.9 million)
Even Klopp acknowledged that he did not expect Salah to be as good as when he was at Liverpool. The Egyptian striker came to Anfield as a winger with a good scoring record and became one of the best guns, scoring 44 goals in his first season in England.
Signed by: Lech Poznan (£4 million)
Klopp’s ability to turn his scoring potential into crazy numbers begins with Lewandowski, who scored 36 goals in the 2012/13 season, including 4 in the first leg against Real Madrid in the Champions League semi-final. Unfortunately for Dortmund, Bayern successfully bought Lewandowski and the Polish captain kept on scoring goals.
Signed by: St Etienne (£12 million)
Aubameyang soon replaced Lewandowski when Klopp turned another pitiful attacking superstar into an outstanding striker. Arsenal are currently benefiting from the striker, who joined Mane and Salah with 22 Premier League goals last season, sharing the Golden Boot.