Jan 30th 2019: Canadian forward Liam Millar has joined Kilmarnock on loan after the 19-year-old signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.
Millar has yet to break into the Anfield side's first team but has four caps for his country.
He becomes Kilmarnock's third signing of January after fellow forward Conor McAleny on loan from Fleetwood Town and defender Alex Bruce from Wigan.
Greg Stewart returned to Birmingham City before moving to Aberdeen, while Bright Enobakhare is back at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Toronto-born forward Millar moved to Britain to join Fulham's youth set-up but switched to Liverpool in 2016.
He worked there under present Rangers manager Steven Gerrard and was the Reds academy's top scorer with 19 goals last season.
Jan 31st 2019: Millar makes his Killie Debut as a second half sub against Hearts at Rugby Park in the Scottish Premiership.
Mar 11th 2019: Liam scores his first goal for Killie, as a super-sub in the 78th min aginst St Mirren (A), which was the games only goal.
June 1st 2019: Liaml's loan to Killie expired and he returned to his parent club Liverpool.
Aug 7th 2019: Liam rejoins Killie on a season long loan from Euroropen Champions Liverpool.
Jan 8th 2020: Liverpool forward Liam Millar has had his loan deal with Kilmarnock cut short by six months. The 20-year-old scored once in 22 appearances during his second spell with the Killie. He was scheduled to remain at Rugby Park until the summer, but Liverpool have announced that the clubs agreed to end the loan and he has been recalled. Millar had joined Kilmarnock in January 2019 after signing an unspecified long-term contract with Liverpool. He scored once in 14 games during his first spell and, although only two of those were starts under Steve Clarke, he returned to make 14 under predecessor Angelo Alessio, then current manager Alex Dyer.