Liverpool were two games away from completing an unprecedented quadruple last season. However, they fell short of such a feat as Manchester City and Real Madrid went on to claim the Premier League and Champions League titles respectively.
Despite failing to complete the quadruple, Liverpool still enjoyed a largely successful season, lifting both the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup, and will be hopeful of another title challenge in the upcoming Premier League campaign.
The higher powers at Liverpool have been busy off the field, with a host of incomings and outgoings expected before their season starts with a Community Shield clash against Manchester City at the end of July.
Here are all of the key transfer stories surrounding Jurgen Klopp's side.
Latest News - Nunez Arrives at Liverpool
Liverpool have pulled off one of the signings of the summer, as they announced the capture of Uruguayan forward, Darwin Nunez.
The Uruguayan striker has joined Jurgen Klopp's side on a six-year deal, for a fee believed to be in the region of €100M.
- Darwin Nunez (Benfica) - £85M
- Fabio Carvalho (Fulham) - £5.5M
The links between Jude Bellingham and Liverpool have resurfaced once more, with the 18-year-old once again linked with a move to Merseyside.
A move to Liverpool looks unlikely at this stage, given the fact that Liverpool have just smashed their transfer record to bring in Nunez, but it's one to keep an eye on as the summer progresses.
- Marko Grujic (FC Porto) - £8.1M
- Divock Origi - End of Contract
- Sheyi Ojo - End of Contract
- Loris Karius - End of Contract
- Ben Woodburn - End of Contract
Sadio Mane looks set to end his six-year stay at Liverpool this summer, with the Senegalese forward understood to be keen on a move to Bayern Munich.
The arrival of Darwin Nunez indicates that the move will happen at some point this summer, with Mane thought to be keen for a new challenge as he enters the twilight of his career.
Mohammed Salah's long-term future has been heavily discussed in recent months, with the Egyptian forward yet to sign a new contract with the club.
It looks unlikely that Salah will leave the club this summer, but with only one year left on his contract, could Liverpool cash in on the PFA Player of the Year if the price is right?