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Liverpool January Transfer Window of 2022: Live Updates

Liverpool is one of the biggest football clubs in Europe, but they like conservative transfers. Let’s check out the list of Liverpool January 2022 transfers.

Liverpool won the Premier League title in 2020 after a long time but failed to defend the title. Their main rival, Manchester City won the last two seasons and they are currently leading the standings. The two clubs' policy in the transfer windows is vastly different. For

Jurgen Klopp

, the team’s stability is very important and he avoids making a lot of changes in his squad.

Unlike Liverpool’s rivals that are interested in big signings, the Reds spent carefully. The season Liverpool won the league, they spent a total of €12 million on signings. The most likely transfer targets for Liverpool are being a striker and a midfielder.

Read on to find out more about Liverpool winter 2022 latest transfers & news:

With the two injury prone midfielders,


and Fabinho, and

Georginio Wijnaldum

’s transfer to PSG, the club has to sign some players in the

January transfer window of 2022


January 30 

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Luis Diaz

Finally, at the end of

Liverpool's January transfer window of 2022

, they signed Porto striker,

Luis Diaz

on a 5 year deal. Followed by

Mohamed Salah


Sadio Mane

’s absence for the Africa Cup of Nations, Liverpool’s need to buy a striker couldn't be any more urgent. Diaz is probably the best fit for Klopp’s team so they signed him without any more hesitation.

The Colombian winger was in great for during his third season at Porto. He had a good summer with Colombia's national team in the 2021 Copa America. Diaz ended up as the joint top goalscorer of the tournament alongside Lionel Messi. In 2019, he joined Porto for a reported fee of €7 million. Diaz won the domestic treble at Porto including Primeira League, Taça de Portugal, and Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira.

In his total of 125 appearances, Diaz scored 41 goals for the Portuguese side. Liverpool signed the 25 years old for a €45 million initial fee making him the 5th most expensive arrival for the Reds. There’s also a potential of €15 million add-ons in the deal.

January 31

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Nathaniel Phillips

In one of

Liverpool's winter 2022 latest transfers and news

, the English defender,

Nathaniel Phillips

left Liverpool on a loan deal with AFC Bournemouth. The 24 years old center-back was instrumental during the club’s defenders injury crisis in 2020-21. While

Virgil van Dijk

, Joel Matip, and Joe Gomez were not available for long periods, Nat Phillips grabbed the chance and made 17 caps in the Premier League.

He made his Champions League debut, too, in the same season. Phillips started the last 16’s second leg against RB Leipzig resulting in a 4-0 aggregate. In the quarter-finals, he played both legs facing Real Madrid. Given the recovery of Liverpool’s main 3 defenders, Phillips didn’t have any appearances in the current Premier League season.

Followed by

Ibrahima Konate

’s arrival, his chances to play faded. In order to play frequently, Liverpool decided to loan him out until the end of the season. Bournemouth is competing in the EFL Championship. They have a close promotion race with Blackburn Rovers and Queens Park Rangers. Bournemouth has paid a £1,5 million fee for the short loan.

February 1

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Neco Williams

Neco Williams joined Fulham on loan from Liverpool. In the last days of Liverpool's January Transfer Window of 2022, the club completed their second loan-out to another Championship club after Phillips left for Bournemouth. Neco Williams joined Liverpool's academy in 2009 and ten years later he was promoted to the senior squad.

The 20 years old made his Premier League debut against Crystal Palace as a substitute replacing

Trent Alexander-Arnold

in the 74th minute of the game. Williams made 6 Premier League appearances in both 2019-20 and 2020-21. The Welsh right-back has a total of 33 caps for Liverpool and has delivered 5 assists.

It is the first time Williams has left Liverpool. The Championship leader, Fulham has loaned him until the end of the season. The deal was intended to encourage Fulham to let their talent Fabio Carvalho join Liverpool. Williams has played 17 matches for Wales national team. He was called up for the delayed Euro 2020 tournament.




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