The German’s term of office was characterized by the fact that a number of players left at the height of their value to free up funds – or even squad space – for others who could improve the Reds’ luck on the field.
During his time in Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp supervised some enormously important transfers, but this was not only true for the players who came into the game.
A number of players have left Anfield since it was taken over by the Germans in 2015.
The Spanish left-back struggled with injuries during his time at Anfield, which led to him hanging up his boots just a year after his move from Liverpool to Real Zaragoza.
Read on to find out what has happened to all the players Klopp has sold since his arrival in 2015, including a handful that Klopp himself brought to Anfield.
He has been diagnosed with a brain tumor since his resignation, but was given the all-clear in 2019. After his career as a player, he started working as a football agent.
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Toure, a member of the Liverpool squad that finished second in the Premier League in 2014, joined Celtic in 2016.
After a season in Scotland, he retired and joined the coaching staff of Brendan Rodgers at Celtic Park before following the former head of the Reds to Leicester City.
Rossiter left Liverpool in 2016 for the Rangers, but his time north of the border was affected by an injury.
After a stint as a loaner last season in Fleetwood Town, the midfielder made a permanent move to Club League One before the 2020/21 season.
Over the summer he moved to Feyenoord, where he was able to collect minutes for the Dutch team at home and in Europe.
Portuguese winger Teixeira returned to his home country in 2016 and spent time with Porto, Braga and Vitoria, for whom he played in the Europa League last season.