The Premier League website has made three glaring errors on Liverpool’s club page.
Liverpool are among English football’s most successful teams, having won 19 league titles, including the Premier League in 2020, as well as six European cups.
Nevertheless, the Premier League have made a glaring error on the club’s official page.
Oxlade-Chamberlain and Keita both departed Liverpool upon the conclusion of their contracts, while Arthur left after completing an ill-fated loan spell.
The Brazilian midfielder played just 13 minutes for the Reds across an entire season-long loan after sustaining a serious thigh injury that required surgery and left him sidelined for four months.
He is currently on loan at Fiorentina, where he has made 17 appearances in all competitions.
Meanwhile, Oxlade-Chamberlain, who spent six years at Liverpool, completely a free transfer to Besiktas this summer, where he has made 16 appearances in all competitions, netting twice.
In his six seasons at Anfield, the former England international won the Champions League, the European Super Cup, the Club World Cup, the Premier League, the Carabao Cup and the FA Cup (although he was left out of the squad for the 2022 final against Chelsea).
Indeed, he made 30 Premier League appearances (17 starts), scoring eight goals in all competitions, in the title-winning season in 2019/20.
Keita departed Liverpool this summer five years after the club paid £52.75million to sign the player, a fee that is still within the top-five biggest transfers ever shelled out by the Reds.
Keita endured a difficult time on Merseyside, managing just 129 appearances over five years and missing some 122 other matches due to injury.
Since signing a three-year deal with Werder Bremen this summer, Keita has continued to spend much of his time on the treatment table and been restricted to just three Bundesliga appearances.