As had been expected, the Reds have named 24 players in their Premier League squad for 2021/22, with seven making up the homegrown quota.
With the summer transfer window now well and truly over, clubs had to submit their squads for the season 2021/22 earlier this month.
And there would be no late reshuffle for Liverpool with their only signing Ibrahima Konate having arrived at the end of May, just a week after the conclusion of the 2020/21 season.
A full complement of 25 players required eight homegrown names to be listed, but with the Reds naming just seven they could only register a 24-man squad.
The homegrown contingent includes Nat Phillips, who remained at Anfield despite an expected departure after a breakout season, where he instead signed a new long term contract.
The Reds, of course, cannot make changes to the squad until January.
Liverpool’s Premier League squad
Defenders: Van Dijk, Alexander-Arnold*, Gomez*, Konate, Matip, Phillips*, Robertson, Tsimikas
Forwards: Firmino, Mane, Salah, Jota, Minamino, Origi
Notable U21s: Elliott, Jones, N. Williams, Gordon, Koumetio, Pitaluga, Beck, Musialowski