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Liverpool £6.5m transfer decision thrown into doubt again, but Michael Edwards was not wrong

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When it comes to transfers, the soon to be departed Michael Edwards has overseen more hits than misses at Liverpool.

From the Reds selling Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for an enormously over-inflated £142m, to selling on fringe players for much more than they cost the club, Edwards' own legacy at Anfield is assured when he departs at the end of this season.

His tally for Union Berlin leaves him behind only Erling Haaland and Robert Lewandowski.

But would him staying at Anfield really have changed much?

First off, Awoniyi may have been something of a stranger to some Reds fans, but to Klopp, Edwards and the Liverpool management team he was someone who they received regular reports on, and someone whose limitations they were aware of in terms of fitting with the team's system.

The efforts of Liverpool to develop Awoniyi saw him loaned out across Europe to clubs including FSV Frankfurt, NEC Nijmegen, Royal Mouscron, KAA Gent, Mainz 05 and then Union Berlin in 2020.

This summer he did have some familiarity, as the Reds agreed to make his stay at Union Berlin a permanent one for £6.5m.
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