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Remy will bring crucial Champions League experience to a youthful Liverpool squad.
Prior to moving to QPR in January 2013, Remy was a regular feature in Marseille's Champions League participation, and this experience will be crucial as Liverpool re-enter the European elite.
According to WhoScored, the Frenchman made 16 appearances in the competition in his two-and-a-half seasons with the Ligue 1 club, scoring four goals and making one assist.
In 2012/13, Remy made a further five appearances in the Europa League, scoring two goals and making one assist.
With the Reds remaining a fairly youthful squad, with 22-year-old Philippe Coutinho and 19-year-old Raheem Sterling assuming key roles, this experience will prove immeasurable for Rodgers' side.
The Ulsterman acknowledged the benefits of experienced players prior to last year's January transfer window, per The Guardian, saying: "I'm all for young players, I want to develop young players, but I also know as a manager that there needs to be the right mix."
Whilst players like Steven Gerrard know all about the trials of European competition, another player of Remy's ilk will do Rodgers' squad the world of good when the going gets tough.