1. Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez is definitely the best thing ever to happen for Liverpool before Jurgen Klopp era. He made the Reds make dream after a catastrophe phase, where Liverpool became as a midtable club in England.
The Uruguayan International signed as a replacement to outgoing Fernando Torres who left the club on the New Year’s eve for Chelsea and o the same day Suarez was announced by Liverpool.
He was the club’s most expensive signing (£22.8 million) until the arrival of Andy Carroll (£35 million) a few hours later. Suarez made an instant impact by scoring on his debut.
Although there were some rough days too, his peak time at Liverpool came in 2013/14 campaign after he almost single-handedly made Liverpool win their first Premier League title but the club failed after big howlers in the last rounds of the league.
His tally of 31 goals in 33 games made people declare it as one of the best individual seasons by any player in the English league. His performances made him win the PFA player award making him first Non-European player to clinch the award.
Unfortunately, Liverpool and Suarez parted ways as the striker found his heart in Barcelona, where he still plays and have won several titles and at the same time Liverpool found it best to part ways with him for a fat paycheck of £64.98 million reportedly amidst the ban and controversies at that time.