Where the nine stars Liverpool sold before their title-winning season are now including Sturridge and Mignolet | The Sun

Where the nine stars Liverpool sold before their title-winning season are now including Sturridge and Mignolet | The Sun

April 14, 2023

LIVERPOOL let go of nine players the summer before their first Premier League triumph.

The Reds have undoubtedly seen a golden period of success under Jurgen Klopp, but the German boss had to cut ties with some big names in order to win big.

Daniel Sturridge and Simon Mignolet were among those who found themselves out of the door at Anfield and looking for new opportunities.

And agonisingly for them, they then had to witness their former team finally win the 2019-20 league title just months later.

Here SunSport details where the nine players who narrowly missed out on being part of that history making squad ended up…


Sturridge spent six years on the books at Liverpool before being released in July 2019.


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Despite scoring 21 goals in 29 appearances for the Reds in the 2013/14 campaign he was unable to land a mega move.

The Englishman joined Turkish side Trabzonspor before leaving for Perth Glory the following season.

He is yet to announce his official retirement from football, but doesn’t currently have a club and can often be seen on TV offering his thoughts as a pundit.


Alberto Moreno struggled to make it as a left-back at Liverpool and his time was certainly up after the emergence of Andy Robertson.

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He left Anfield after being released in July and joined Spanish side Villarreal where he still remains.

Since then he has become an integral part of their squad and won the Europa League with the club in 2021.



Adam Bogdan only made six appearances for Liverpool as their back up shot-stopper before his release.

The Hungary international made the move to Scotland where he joined Hibernian FC.

He has since been released by Hibs and currently plies his trade in the Hungarian first division for Ferencvaros where he has won the league title two years in a row.


Connor Randall appeared just eight times for Liverpool in the midst of a flurry of loan spells during his time with the Merseyside club.

He too was released in July 2019 and made the move to Bulgarian top flight side Arda Kardzhali.

The 27-year-old left after one season and now plays in the Scottish Premiership for Ross County.


Rafael Camacho is still only 22-years-old and was sold for an impressive £5million to Sporting Lisbon out of the Liverpool academy having featured just twice for the Reds’ first team.

The youngster is still yet to have an impact in the Portuguese top flight and has been loaned out this season to Greek side Aris Saloniki who have an option to make the deal permanent should he impress.


Danny Ings had no problems succeeding after making his move away from the club.

The 30-year-old now plays for West Ham after spending time at Southampton and Aston Villa.

He has bagged eight times in the league this season, the same number of times as current Liverpool striker Darwin Nunez.


Simon Mignolet left the Premier League side in a £6.5million move back to his home country of Belgium to join Club Brugge.

He still remains at the club as their first choice keeper and has recently announced his retirement from International football at the age of 35 after amassing 35 caps for the Red Devils.


Ryan Kent made the permanent move from Liverpool to Rangers for £6.5million in 2019 after a successful loan spell the season before.

Kent still plays for the Glasgow club and has been a crucial player for them since making the switch to the Scottish Premiership.

He has won the league as well as the Scottish Cup featuring over 200 times for Rangers and contributing to 90 goals.


Allan never made a senior appearance for Liverpool after spending prolonged periods out on loan without impressing enough to make a return.

He left the club permanently in January 2020 for a £3.3million fee to join Brazilian side Atletico Mineiro.

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It meant he missed out on the title party celebrations by just a few months.

The 26-year-old defensive midfielder has made 161 appearances for the South American outfit since his exit and won the league in 2021.

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