As one of the few ever-present teams in the Premier League since 1992, Liverpool have had plenty of time to make their mark in the transfer market.
At the same time, they have had a fair few opportunities to make purchases which are, for one reason or another, bizarre.
They have made some ill-judged signings, like paying £35million for Andy Carroll, but that’s not what we’re here for. We’re here to rank their signings in order of weirdness and nothing else.
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