Mirror commented on Liverpool’s 7 major failures in the winter window and signed Carroll as the worst

January 11 News Klopp’s team started the season disappointingly, especially the midfielder proved to be
A major problem, if Klopp really hopes to solve the problems encountered by the team through signings in the winter window, then he had better look back at the mistakes of the past. In this regard, the “Mirror” summarized Liverpool’s past winter windows
Seven critical signings mistakes.

Ozan-Kabak (January 2021)

According to reports, Liverpool spent 1 million pounds to bring highly rated defender Kabak to Anfield in January 2021. The team’s central defender was experiencing an injury crisis at the time, and Kabak’s joining helped alleviate this problem.
But he endured a disastrous debut at Leicester, leading to a 3-1 away defeat for Liverpool.
He made just nine Premier League appearances in total, before his place in the team was lost to youngsters Phillips and Williams.

Ben Davis (January 2021)

Like Kabak, Ben Davies was also brought to Liverpool to help Liverpool ease the defender’s injury crisis encountered in the 2020/21 season, but he failed to play that season.
He was then loaned to Sheffield United the following season, with Klopp having no place for him in his future plans, having been sold to Rangers for £3m last July.

Mauricio Pellegrino (January 2005)

Carrying the fame of his time at Barcelona and Valencia, Pellegrino joined Liverpool in January 2005, but failed to live up to his name.
He endured a poor debut against Southampton, making just 13 appearances in total before being released at the end of the season.

Marko Grujic (January 2016)

Although Liverpool beat the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid and Chelsea to sign Grujic, and Klopp was personally involved in the transfer, there appear to be no plans for how to use him.
Instead, he was loaned out to Cardiff City, Hertha Berlin and Porto, where he joined permanently last summer after making just 16 appearances for Liverpool in five years.

Jan Kromkamp (January 2006)

Jan Kromkamp, who was struggling at Villarreal, joined Liverpool in January 2006. The right-back made his debut in that month’s FA Cup win over Luton but most of his
He played mostly as a substitute and his lack of pace meant he was never considered first choice, leaving Anfield for PSV PSV in August 2006.

Steven Caulker (January 2016)

On loan from Queens Park Rangers, Steven Caulker has been a reliable centre-back for lower divisions, though he has only made three Premier League appearances for Liverpool.

Andy Carroll (January 2011)

Perhaps the worst transfer failure in Liverpool’s winter window was the signing of Andy Carroll.
The Reds paid Newcastle £35m, making him the most expensive English player at the time.

Carroll struggled with injuries and form after joining, and only scored 6 Premier League goals before being loaned to West Ham United in 2012.
A year later, Liverpool sent him to West Ham United at a cost of £20 million.

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