Liverpool loanee Andre Wisdom has become the club’s only title winner this season, sealing Austrian Bundesliga glory with Red Bull Salzburg.
Wisdom joined Salzburg on a season-long loan in August, and has established himself as a key player in Oscar Garcia’s defence.
With the Red Bulls storming the Austrian Bundesliga for the fourth consecutive season, their title success was a foregone conclusion, capped on Saturday afternoon.
Salzburg sealed a 1-0 win against Rapid Vienna, although Wisdom only made the bench.
Overall, it marks an impressive step for the 23-year-old, who has spent the past four seasons away from Liverpool on loan.
His first spell came with Derby County in the Championship, before campaigns with West Brom and Norwich City, with the latter proving a major disappointment.
Opting for a move to Salzburg, Wisdom took a bold step that few English players take, and his decision has been vindicated with a league winner’s medal.
Wisdom is due to return to Merseyside at the end of the season, but is unlikely to remain with Liverpool beyond the summer, with speculation mounting over a permanent move.
The Reds are said to value Wisdom at around £4 million, with Derby his most likely destination, though Salzburg are also interested in agreeing another loan.
Wisdom is one of Liverpool’s most successful loanees this season, with Jurgen Klopp seeing 16 players leave on a temporary basis.
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