Jurgen Klopp has done a wonderful job as Liverpool manager, turning the Reds into arguably the best club side in world football.

When Klopp replaced Brendan Rodgers in October 2015, the Merseysiders were struggling to even mount a top-four challenge.

Slowly but surely, however, the German has turned Liverpool into a real force, with Champions League glory sealed last year and the Premier League title hopefully arriving in the next few months.

Klopp has been largely superb in the transfer market, bringing in top players and turning them into truly elite ones.

In total, the 52-year-old has acquired the services of 23 players since taking charge at Anfield, with each individual suffering varying degrees of success at the club.

We have decided to rank every single purchase from worst to best, as a way of separating the best from the rest (not including youngsters Kamil Grabara, Sepp van den Berg and Harvey Elliott, new man Takumi Minamino or goalkeeping veterans Alex Manninger and Andy Lonergan).

Here is how we rank the other 17 signings Klopp has made at Liverpool so far…