Since arriving at Anfield back in 2015 after leaving Borussia Dortmund, Jurgen Klopp has made some fantastic signings on his way to completely rebuilding a poorly constructed squad left by Brendan Rodgers.
The German boss has brought in the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Mohamed Salah, Alisson, Naby Keita, Fabinho and Andrew Robertson during his time at Liverpool along with many more stellar names, and they have all performed admirably as the Reds battle for silverware.
Whilst Salah, van Dijk and Alisson have arguably been the players with the biggest impact during their time on Merseyside, Scottish international Robertson has to be the best pound-for-pound signing out of the lot, and perhaps the best in recent Premier League history.
Liverpool signed Robertson from Hull for an initial £8m fee, with midfielder Kevin Stewart heading in the opposite direction for a similar price – effectively, the Reds got the full-back for free in a swap deal for a player who was on the fringes of the team.
His arrival was heavily criticised at the time, as many fans wanted a name with more pedigree than a young left-back who had just been relegated with the Tigers, although he has since won them over to say the least.
Having said that, who do you think is the best signing Klopp has made at Liverpool? Have your say down below, and keep an eye out for the published results…