Liverpool: 25-man Premier League squad list
Reds deliver squad that's looking to 'go again' for the title
Liverpool have registered their 25-man Premier League squad list.
Having come so close last season but ultimately finishing two points behind champions Manchester City, Liverpool will be hoping to go one better this season.
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Luis Suarez may have departed for Barcelona, but the money from his sale plus quite a bit more has been invested in the squad. In total, nine new players have joined the Anfield club.
All Premier League squads must submit a 25-man squad of players that can be used during the season.
No club can have more than 17 players who are ineligible for 'Home Grown Player' status, however as many Under-21 players as they like can be named, over and above the limit of 25 players.
Home grown players are those who have been registered with any club tied to the FA for three whole seasons or 36 months prior to their 21st birthday. It does not have to have been in one continuous stretch.
The 25-man squad cannot be changed again until the transfer window reopens on 1 January 2015, however emergency loans and free agent signings can be added before then.
25 squad players (* = Home grown)
*Allen, Joseph Michael
Balotelli, Mario Barwuah
Coutinho Correia, Philippe
*Gerrard MBE, Steven George
*Henderson, Jordan Brian
*Johnson, Glen McLeod Cooper
*Lallana, Adam David
*Lambert, Rickie Lee
Moreno Perez, Alberto
Pezzini Leiva, Lucas
Sanchez Diaz, Jose Enrique
Toure, Kolo Abib
Canos Tenes, Sergi
Chirivella Burgos, Pedro
Fernandez Saenz de Le Torre, Jesus Joaquin
Gomes Aju, Madger Antonio
Hart, Samuel James
Ibe, Jordon Femi Ashley
Jackson, Benjamin Edward Alan
Jones, Lloyd Richard
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Marsh, William George
O'Hanlon, Alex Joseph
Origi, Divock Okoth
Phillips, Adam Lee
Randall, Connor Steven
Sinclair, Jerome Terence
Smith, Bradley Shaun
Sterling, Raheem Shaquille
Stewart, Kevin Linford
Teixeira, Joao Carlos
Trickett-Smith, Daniel Thomas
Virtue Thick, Matthew Joseph
Waldron, Dahrius Nathaniel
Watts, Jack Thomas
Williams, Michael Jordan
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