After a non-impressive debut season, Jamie Redknapp is determined to have a successful second season and hopefully, secure Champions' League football.
2013/14 Liverpool Squad
After a season with Liverpool, and only six months wearing the Red jersey, Martin Olsson departed for Stoke City. Dani Pacheco also leaves for Blackpool after returning from his loan spell at Bolton, and so does Jay Spearing, to Wolves.
Jonjo Shelvey leaves for Swansea after failing to find first-team chances at Anfield, and John Arne Riise goes to Aston Villa. Andy Carroll is farmed out on loan again, this time to Tottenham and Suso also goes on loan to Birmingham City.
17-year-old Spanish left-back Kike is brought in from a club in the Spain lower leagues, Sevilla Atletico, for a whooping fee of 6 million. Another youngster, 18-year-old German winger Martin Heythausen, comes in from Swiss club Grasshopper for just 160k. A bargain!
Brad Jones is released from the club and his replacement is young 17-year-old Portuguese keeper Sandro Moreira - hopefully a successor to Pepe Reina when he gets older.
Gareth Barry is brought in on loan from Manchester City after falling out of favour with Roberto Mancini, and 18-year-old Italian teenager Matteo Adamo is roped in from Roma. Nathan Redmond arrives from Birmingham City, while French keeper Emmanuel Royer and former Red man Yossi Benayoun joins from free transfers. The largest purchase of the window, however, is Fiorentina's Stevan Jovetic, who joins for 25 million.
Emmanuel Royer is released after only six months with Liverpool due to whines for first-team football.
No one expected this, but Jamie Redknapp led Liverpool to their first Premier League title after a series of miraculous results. Brilliance.