Liverpool player ratings for 2023/24 as Alexis Mac Allister and four more superb

Jürgen Klopp and Alexis Mac Allister share a joke after Liverpool beat Sheffield United.
Alexis Mac Allister was one of the best performers of Jürgen Klopp's final season at Liverpool. -Credit:Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images

Liverpool's season has finished and Jürgen Klopp's tenure is over. But how did each of the players rate across the course of the campaign? We've taken a look and given them a score out of 10.

We've only included players who were not injured for the majority of the campaign, ruling out Thiago Alcântara and Stefan Bajčetić, and removed young players like Bobby Clark, Jayden Danns, Kaide Gordon, who didn't play enough to qualify. You can let us know if you agree in the comments...

Alisson Becker (7.5). When Alisson played, he was generally very good, his mistake at Arsenal aside (which was a joint error with Virgil van Dijk). His issue, though, and the reason he doesn't score more highly, is that he only played half of the season because of injury.

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Caoimhín Kelleher (7.0). Kelleher stepped in very well for Alisson and really played a big part in the season. There is a gap between him and the first-choice Brazilian, but that is the case for pretty much every team's second pick.

Trent Alexander-Arnold (7.0). Injured for long spells, this was not Alexander-Arnold's best season in a Liverpool shirt, though there were still plenty of exceptional passes to choose from. There remains a question over his best position and whether the hybrid role really gets the best from him. That will be among the first questions that Arne Slot will have to answer.

Conor Bradley (7.0). Broke onto the scene in spectacular fashion and really impressed when he was in the side. He played 23 times at senior level for Liverpool this season and should build on that next year.

Ibrahima Konaté (6.5). A mixed campaign. There were good performances but injuries and inconsistency got in the way and he ended the season out of the team. The Frenchman will have to fight to get his place back.

Virgil van Dijk (8.5). A solid campaign where he performed as you would generally imagine him to. The highlight was his goal to win the Carabao Cup final and he is a strong candidate to be Liverpool's Player of the Season.

Jarell Quansah (7.5). A breakout year in which he didn't really put a foot wrong. Quansah was unfortunate that his mistake against Manchester United was punished. Had it been anyone other than Bruno Fernandes that his misplaced pass fell to, that moment would have been forgotten. Aside from that, he was excellent and has a huge future ahead of him at Anfield.

Joe Gomez (7.5). The player who probably played the most minutes above expectation. Gomez was superb as he filled in on the left and the right side of the defense.

Andy Robertson (7.0). Robertson picked up a lengthy injury and took a while to get back into the team but otherwise played well when he was at his best. He is still among the best left-backs in the world at his peak but didn't play enough to earn a higher score.

Kostas Tsimikas (5.5). He has barely played in the second half of the season and was overtaken in the pecking order by Gomez. The Greek takes a while to get into full swing when he comes into the side and he wasn't ever able to get a proper run in the side to get that momentum going.

Dominik Szoboszlai (6.5). Started really well and scored some spectacular goals but ended the season out of the team and struggling for form. It was a season of two halves and ultimately ended up being frustrating.

Harvey Elliott (8.0). He should have played more often than he did, but even when coming off the bench, he always made a big impact. Elliott is an excellent player and will be a big part of the future.

Wataru Endō (7.5). Played a lot more and a lot better than anyone expected. Tailed off towards the end as he tired but that was a reflection of how vital he was in the middle of the season. A very good value signing.

Ryan Gravenberch (6.0). There were moments but little more than that for the Dutch midfielder. Gravenberch didn't nail down a place in the side and while he showed a few glimpses, there is still a question mark over him.

Alexis Mac Allister (8.5). Another to tail off near the end of the season as he tired, but Mac Allister was sensational for most of the campaign. The Argentine was arguably the best midfielder in the Premier League for a spell and produced some brilliant performances as a number six and a number eight. He is a player that Slot can build around next year.

Curtis Jones (7.5). A very, very good player when he is fit and is undoubtedly in Liverpool's best starting XI. But he finished the season out of the team and had a couple of frustrating injuries again, coming at annoying times.

Mohamed Salah (8.0). This was certainly not Salah's best season but he still scored 25 times. There was a long period when he was injured, and the public spat with Klopp wasn't the best look, but he was still Liverpool's most potent attacker.

Darwin Núñez (7.0). As ever, one of the hardest players to assess. He scored 18 times and provided 13 assists but went 11 matches without scoring at one stage and ended the campaign having been caught offside more than anyone in the Premier League. There are moments of brilliance but too many games end in frustration. Get the best out of him and you have a world-class forward but Slot will have to unlock something that Klopp didn't in his two years in charge to make his season look good value.

Luis Díaz (8.0). The Colombian should have scored more goals but to perform as well as he did in a season where his father was kidnapped is a very good effort. That has been too easily forgotten with Díaz consistently producing good performances just lacking the final touch to convert the mastery with the ball into goals.

Cody Gakpo (7.0). Started and ended well but had a bit of a crisis of confidence in the middle. Most of his goals didn't come against the best opposition but there is clearly a very good player there. Similar to Núñez: good, but there is improvement required next year.

Diogo Jota (7.0). The only issue with Jota is his injuries. When he was available to play, he tended to score, but too often, he was frustratingly sidelined. That was encapsulated when he returned to score against Fulham only to get injured again in the same game.