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The players that have played for both Liverpool and Real Madrid

Steve McManaman

The Liverpool native left the Reds in the summer of 1999 for Real Madrid, where he won two Champions Leagues, becoming the first English player to win the competition with a non-English team.

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Steve McManaman

The Liverpool native left the Reds in the summer of 1999 for Real Madrid, where he won two Champions Leagues, becoming the first English player to win the competition with a non-English team.

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Steve McManaman

The Liverpool native left the Reds in the summer of 1999 for Real Madrid, where he won two Champions Leagues, becoming the first English player to win the competition with a non-English team.

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Steve McManaman

The Liverpool native left the Reds in the summer of 1999 for Real Madrid, where he won two Champions Leagues, becoming the first English player to win the competition with a non-English team.

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Nicolas Anelka

The Frenchman played one season with Real Madrid in 1999-2000, where his problems in the team garnered more attention than his performances. He did however score some important goals that helped Real Madrid to reach the second round of the Champions league.

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Nicolas Anelka

The Frenchman played one season with Real Madrid in 1999-2000, where his problems in the team garnered more attention than his performances. He did however score some important goals that helped Real Madrid to reach the second round of the Champions league.

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Nicolas Anelka

After Real Madrid, Anelka headed to PSG, but his poor performances for the Parisian side prompted his move to Liverpool on loan in 2002. Howver, the Reds were not convinced enough by the Frenchman to take the option of buying him from PSG after his loan spell ended.

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Nicolas Anelka

After Real Madrid, Anelka headed to PSG, but his poor performances for the Parisian side prompted his move to Liverpool on loan in 2002. Howver, the Reds were not convinced enough by the Frenchman to take the option of buying him from PSG after his loan spell ended.

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Antonio Núñez

The Madrid man made his debut for the first team in the 2003-04 season when Queiroz was in charge. But he never really made his mark on the team and was sold to Liverpool of Rafa Benitez. During his one season with The Redsl, he played 24 games and won the Champions League.

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Antonio Núñez

The Madrid man made his debut for the first team in the 2003-04 season when Queiroz was in charge. But he never really made his mark on the team and was sold to Liverpool of Rafa Benitez. During his one season with The Redsl, he played 24 games and won the Champions League.

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Antonio Núñez

The Madrid man made his debut for the first team in the 2003-04 season when Queiroz was in charge. But he never really made his mark on the team and was sold to Liverpool of Rafa Benitez. During his one season with The Redsl, he played 24 games and won the Champions League.

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Antonio Núñez

The Madrid man made his debut for the first team in the 2003-04 season when Queiroz was in charge. But he never really made his mark on the team and was sold to Liverpool of Rafa Benitez. During his one season with The Redsl, he played 24 games and won the Champions League.

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Michael Owen

Michael Owen made his debut for Liverpool at 17, scoring a goal against Wimbledon. In 2001 he won the Ballon D'Or after winning 5 titles with Liverpool. In 2004, he signed for Real Madrid for 12 million euros, and played one season with the club.

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Michael Owen

Michael Owen made his debut for Liverpool at 17, scoring a goal against Wimbledon. In 2001 he won the Ballon D'Or after winning 5 titles with Liverpool. In 2004, he signed for Real Madrid for 12 million euros, and played one season with the club.

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Michael Owen

Michael Owen made his debut for Liverpool at 17, scoring a goal against Wimbledon. In 2001 he won the Ballon D'Or after winning 5 titles with Liverpool. In 2004, he signed for Real Madrid for 12 million euros, and played one season with the club.

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Michael Owen

Michael Owen made his debut for Liverpool at 17, scoring a goal against Wimbledon. In 2001 he won the Ballon D'Or after winning 5 titles with Liverpool. In 2004, he signed for Real Madrid for 12 million euros, and played one season with the club.

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Álvaro Arbeloa

The Madrid man joined Rafa Benitez' Liverpool team after impressing during his short spell at Deportivo La Coruña. He then returned to Madrid where he played 7 season with 'Los Blancos'.

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Álvaro Arbeloa

The Madrid man joined Rafa Benitez' Liverpool team after impressing during his short spell at Deportivo La Coruña. He then returned to Madrid where he played 7 season with 'Los Blancos'.

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Álvaro Arbeloa

The Madrid man joined Rafa Benitez' Liverpool team after impressing during his short spell at Deportivo La Coruña. He then returned to Madrid where he played 7 season with 'Los Blancos'.

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Álvaro Arbeloa

The Madrid man joined Rafa Benitez' Liverpool team after impressing during his short spell at Deportivo La Coruña. He then returned to Madrid where he played 7 season with 'Los Blancos'.

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Fernando Morientes

The Spanish striker won 3 Champions Leagues with Madrid, but began to see his game time reduced after the arrival of Ronaldo. In 2005, he signed for Liverpool after a spell at Monaco.

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Fernando Morientes

The Spanish striker won 3 Champions Leagues with Madrid, but began to see his game time reduced after the arrival of Ronaldo. In 2005, he signed for Liverpool after a spell at Monaco.

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Fernando Morientes

The Spanish striker won 3 Champions Leagues with Madrid, but began to see his game time reduced after the arrival of Ronaldo. In 2005, he signed for Liverpool after a spell at Monaco.

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Fernando Morientes

The Spanish striker won 3 Champions Leagues with Madrid, but began to see his game time reduced after the arrival of Ronaldo. In 2005, he signed for Liverpool after a spell at Monaco.

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Jerzy Dudek

The Polish goalkeeper will go down in Liverpool history for stopping two penalties in the shootout against Milan in the Champions League final in 2005. After losing his place to Pepe Reina, he went to Madrid, where he played for 4 seasons before his retirement in 2011.

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Jerzy Dudek

The Polish goalkeeper will go down in Liverpool history for stopping two penalties in the shootout against Milan in the Champions League final in 2005. After losing his place to Pepe Reina, he went to Madrid, where he played for 4 seasons before his retirement in 2011.

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Jerzy Dudek

The Polish goalkeeper will go down in Liverpool history for stopping two penalties in the shootout against Milan in the Champions League final in 2005. After losing his place to Pepe Reina, he went to Madrid, where he played for 4 seasons before his retirement in 2011.

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Jerzy Dudek

The Polish goalkeeper will go down in Liverpool history for stopping two penalties in the shootout against Milan in the Champions League final in 2005. After losing his place to Pepe Reina, he went to Madrid, where he played for 4 seasons before his retirement in 2011.

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Xabi Alonso

Xabi joined Liverpool in 2004. After five seasons in Merseyside, he left for Real Madrid for a fee of 30 million euros. He also played five seasons with Rea Madrid, and is the only one on the list to have won the Champions League with both clubs.

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Xabi Alonso

Xabi joined Liverpool in 2004. After five seasons in Merseyside, he left for Real Madrid for a fee of 30 million euros. He also played five seasons with Rea Madrid, and is the only one on the list to have won the Champions League with both clubs.

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Xabi Alonso

Xabi joined Liverpool in 2004. After five seasons in Merseyside, he left for Real Madrid for a fee of 30 million euros. He also played five seasons with Rea Madrid, and is the only one on the list to have won the Champions League with both clubs.

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Xabi Alonso

Xabi joined Liverpool in 2004. After five seasons in Merseyside, he left for Real Madrid for a fee of 30 million euros. He also played five seasons with Rea Madrid, and is the only one on the list to have won the Champions League with both clubs.

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Nuri Sahin.

The German-born Turk was instrumental in the Borrusia Dortmund side that won its first Bundesliga with Jurgen Klopp. He spent one season at Madrid and then joined Liverpool before returning to Germany where he signed with Dortmund.

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Nuri Sahin.

The German-born Turk was instrumental in the Borrusia Dortmund side that won its first Bundesliga with Jurgen Klopp. He spent one season at Madrid and then joined Liverpool before returning to Germany with Dortmund.

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Nuri Sahin.

The German-born Turk was instrumental in the Borrusia Dortmund side that won its first Bundesliga with Jurgen Klopp. He spent one season at Madrid and then joined Liverpool before returning to Germany where he signed with Dortmund.

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Nuri Sahin

The German-born Turk was instrumental in the Borrusia Dortmund side that won its first Bundesliga with Jurgen Klopp. He spent one season at Madrid and then joined Liverpool before returning to Germany where he signed with Dortmund.

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