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It’s been one of the busiest transfer windows in recent memory for Liverpool, and hopefully the work done and millions spent will see the club mount a successful top four challenge. But how much of the summer, and our previous transfer splurges, can you remember? Take the Liverpool transfer quiz and find out!
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How many first-team players have Liverpool signed this summer?Correct
Well done! It was seven – goalkeeper Adam Bogdan, defenders Joe Gomez and Nathaniel Clyne, midfielder James Milner, and forwards Roberto Firmino, Christian Benteke and Danny Ings.
Question 2 of 15
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Christian Benteke and Roberto Firmino became Liverpool’s second and third most expensive players of all time. But how much was their combined transfer fee?
Question 3 of 15
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And who did they surpass as Liverpool’s second most expensive player?
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Liverpool also signed Nathaniel Clyne for £12m this summer. How many Englishman have Liverpool signed that cost over £15m?
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Goalkeeper Adam Bogdan was among three players signed on a Bosman this summer. But which of these four keepers signed by Gerard Houllier was most expensive?Correct
Wow – get you! Even we had to look this one up. Chris Kirkland cost Liverpool £6m from Coventry in 2001, while Jerzy Dudek was £4.85m from Feyenoord that same year. Back in 1999, we paid £4m for Sander Westerveld from Vitesse and the following summer Pegguy Arphexad came in on a free from Leicester City.Incorrect
Sorry! Even we had to look this one up. Chris Kirkland cost Liverpool £6m from Coventry in 2001, while Jerzy Dudek was £4.85m from Feyenoord that same year. Back in 1999, we paid £4m for Sander Westerveld from Vitesse and the following summer Pegguy Arphexad came in on a free from Leicester City.
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Since the end of last season, the Reds have also handed new contracts to five current players: Kolo Toure, Andre Wisdom, Danny Ward, Martin Skrtel and…
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Four players have also been sold, three were released and one loan deal was cancelled. But how much money did we make as a result of transfer fees?
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One player Liverpool let go was, of course, Raheem Sterling. But which of these former Liverpool players went for the most money?Correct
It was that great man himself. Robbie Fowler went to Leeds United for £12m, Michael Owen joined Real Madrid for £8.5m plus Antonio Nunez, Momo Sissoko joined Juventus for £8.2m and Luis Garcia returned to Spain with Atletico Madrid for around £4m.
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Two Spaniards also departed – Javier Manquillo and Iago Aspas – but which Liverpool manager once signed their compatriot Suso?
Question 10 of 15
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The Reds completed their summer business by purchasing several talented youngsters for our academy side. The most notable of those previously played for Barcelona and PSV, but what was his name?
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Five of our new signings took part in our pre-season tour of the Far East this summer, but who was the first of those players to score?
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Divock Origi also returned to the club this summer, after spending his first season as a Liverpool player on loan at Lille. Origi shot to prominence by scoring in the World Cup last year, but who was his goal against?
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Origi will hope to prove a bargain this season, a year on from his £10m move. But how much did the Reds pay for ultimate bargain, the legendary Kenny Dalglish, back in 1977?
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Of course, all the new players will be aiming to avoid the fate of notorious Liverpool flop Alberto Aquilani, who was loaned to Juventus in 2010. But can you tell us the nationality of the midfielder who headed to Anfield in the opposite direction that summer?Correct
Great Dane! It was Christian Poulsen, who comes from Denmark. We also signed midfielders Raul Meireles, Jonjo Shelvey and Suso that season, but it was Poulsen who came to us in the opposite direction, joining from Juventus.
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A hard one to finish. In total, Brendan Rodgers has now signed 31 players. But who was the first?