Premier League: Best signings under Klopp that made Liverpool champions
Jurgen Klopp joined Liverpool in October 2015 and has notched 156 wins across competitions out of 258 games. The Premier League 2019-20 title was another feather in Klopp's cap. Prior to this, he had won the Champions League, UEFA Super Cup and the FIFA Club World Cup with Liverpool. Here we pick the best signings under Klopp that made Liverpool Premier League champions.
Mohamed Salah has been a revelation for the Reds
Mohamed Salah joined Liverpool from Roma in 2017. In just three seasons, the versatile forward has scored 71 league goals. Salah dominated the show in 2017-18 to win the Premier League Player of the Season award. He scored 32 goals to win the Golden Boot. He netted 22 goals last season to share the award. He has 17 goals (highest) for Liverpool this season.
Sadio Mane has been consistent under Klopp
Klopp signed Sadio Mane from Southampton in 2016 and the move paid off. Mane is a complete footballer and his contributions have been commendable. He has netted 60 Premier League goals so far for the Reds. The Senegalese winger has made his presence felt with useful displays of late. He shared the Golden Boot last season and has 15 goals this campaign.
Virgil Van Dijk has established himself as a star
Virgil van Dijk has established himself as a top player. The central defender has been in defining form for Liverpool after joining from Southampton in 2017. He is the leader at the back for Liverpool and his commanding displays deserve praise. The Dutchman has made 83 Premier League appearances for the Reds. He won the Player of the Season in 2018-19.
Alisson has registered 33 clean sheets in 60 appearances
Liverpool needed a top goal-keeper to help them shut shop at the back and Alisson arrived at the club from Roma in 2018. The Brazilian keeper is regarded as one of the best in business. He won the Premier League Golden Glove in 2018-19, besides being adjudged The Best FIFA Goal-keeper in 2019. He has made 60 Premier League appearances for the Reds.