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Goalkeeper – Danny Ward (£12.5million to Leicester City, July 2018)
Among the work of sporting director Michael Edwards, to receive top dollar for a player who made just three appearances is quite something. Not least because Ward has since made only 14 outings for Leicester.
Right-back – Ki-Jana Hoever (£13.5m to Wolverhampton Wanderers, September 2020)
Hoever was regarded as a leading talent when snapped up from Ajax’s youth team in 2018. But after falling behind Neco Williams in the right-back pecking order, he headed off to Molineux.
Centre-back – Mamadou Sakho (£26m to Crystal Palace, August 2017)
Upset Jurgen Klopp one time too many which contributed to him being shipped off to Selhurst Park. His time with Palace after an initial season-long loan was hampered by injury and is soon to become a free agent.
Centre-back – Dejan Lovren (£10.9m to Zenit St Petersburg, July 2020)
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A rollercoaster six years at Anfield ended with the Croatian becoming a Premier League champion. Has since won the Russian Super Cup and league title and will be in the Champions League next term.
Left-back – Brad Smith (£6m to Bournemouth, July 2016)
After a debut as a 19-year-old at Stamford Bridge in 2013 under Brendan Rodgers, made a further 10 appearances for Klopp before being allowed to leave. Made only 11 outings at Bournemouth and is now a regular for Seattle Sounders in MLS.
Central midfield – Javier Mascherano (£17.25m to Barcelona, August 2010)
Left under a bit of a cloud following the arrival of Roy Hodgson, but scooped every possible honour at Camp Nou before spending two years in China and ending his career back home with Estudiantes. Retired last November.
Central midfield – Xabi Alonso (£30m to Real Madrid, August 2009)
Won the Champions League and La Liga during a five-year spell at the Bernabeu, and then claimed three Bundesliga titles with Bayern Munich. Also found time to win the World Cup and add to the European Championship he won while a Liverpool player. Now manager of Real Sociedad B.