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Forgotten Liverpool player signed in 2018 still hasn't played a game for the club

Forgotten Liverpool player signed in 2018 still hasn't played a game for the club

One player is yet to play for the Reds.

Forgotten Liverpool defender Anderson Arroyo is still yet to make an appearance for the Reds - despite signing for them back in 2018.

Arroyo signed for Liverpool from Colombian side Fortaleza after he impressed Reds scouts at the U20 South American Youth Championship.

Then aged 18, the centre-back - who can also play right-back - was tipped for big things at Anfield, and immediately joined Spanish third tier side Real Mallorca on an 18-month loan upon arriving at the club.

But you'd struggle to find a Liverpool fan who could give you too many details on Arroyo.

That is because he has spent the entirety of his Reds career out on loan, encompassing spells at Belgian giants Gent, Czech side Mlada Boleslav and the Spanish trio of Salamanca, Mirandes and Alaves.

At the beginning of this season, Arroyo moved to FC Andorra for the 2023/24 season, in what is the Gerard Pique-owned club's second season in the second division of Spanish football.

The 24-year-old is still awaiting his Liverpool debut, and hasn't even played for the reserve side during his near six-year spell as a Reds player.

That is because of work permit issues, with Arroyo still not qualifying for one. claim he can qualify if he plays in La Liga, or breaks into the Colombia national setup.

And the Reds clearly still carry hope of that happening, as they handed the defender a new contract until the summer of 2025 at the beginning of last season.

He could achieve that goal with Andorra. The Spanish side are currently in 15th place in the Segunda Division, and are six points off the play-off places after 11 games played.

Arroyo has made eight league appearances thus far in the campaign, but has only started one of his side's last six games in all competitions after being substituted at half-time during a 4-3 away defeat at Mirandes in September.

Speaking to in 2022, Arroyo said: "Liverpool have always been attentive to me while out on loan.

"I want to establish myself in European football and hopefully one day stay at Liverpool."

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Topics: Liverpool, Premier League, Jurgen Klopp, Transfers