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‘Something borrowed, something red’ – LFC in the loans business

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Five temporary players for LFC arrived in the 1990s, nine from 2001 to 2010, and eight since.

Loans (or ‘temporary transfers’) are subject to the same windows limitations as normal transfers, with FIFA stopping an earlier emergency procedure between windows in 2016.

Next was thirteen years later - when Ian Rush, having been told by Juventus that they planned to loan him to Lazio (at that time a second-tier Italian club) for his first season with them, proposed that he should be loaned back to Liverpool instead.

Four incomers may be identified as replacements for existing, injured squad players.

I can find none between three in the 1890s (Barney Battles, Jim Cleland and Robert Neill from Scotland), and the 1973/74 season for which we borrowed Brian T Parker (a goalie from Crewe before they sold him to Arsenal).

Each has an individual contract, which can include mutually agreed clauses such as a fee, cancellation, who pays what proportion of the player’s wages, number of expected appearances, length of loan (now usually six months or a year), player recall, and so on.

PSG sold him to MCFC instead.
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