Degen was then signed by Borussia Dortmund of the German Bundesliga and in three seasons at the club he made 68 first team appearances, scoring 1 goal. Degen's last season at Dortmund the 2007-08 season was marred by injury as he only made 12 first team appearances.
On 3 July 2008, Degen signed for Liverpool on a free transfer on a 4 year contract. Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez described him as "an offensive player with great energy and a winning mentality. His strength is going forward and I am confident he will be prove to be a quality addition to our squad. On his move to Liverpool, Degen said
|Club||Season||Swiss Super League||Swiss Cup||--||Europe||Total|
|FC Aarau (on loan)||2002–03||16||0||-||-|
|Premier League||FA Cup||League Cup||Europe||Total|
|Liverpool (Premier League)||2008–09||0||0||1||0||1||0|
PHILIPP Degen's injury plagued Liverpool career looks to be over. He still has two years of his contract to go, but obviously doesn't figure in new manager Roy Hodgson's plans after agreeing a season- long loan deal with Stuttgart.
Aug 09, 2010; PHILIPP Degen's injury plagued Liverpool career looks to be over. He still has two years of his contract to go, but obviously...
HARRY KEEPS SPURS FLYING; Deadly Duo: Roman Pavlyuchenko Opens the Scoring for Tottenham (above) before Fraizer Campbell Takes over, Grabbing the Second Goal (Left), While Goalkeeper Heurelho Gomes Suffers a Facial Injury When He Is Caught by Philipp Degen's Boot
Nov 13, 2008; Byline: MATT LAWTON TOTTENHAM 4 LIVERPOOL 2 FOR some, the sense of excitement at Tottenham was overwhelming last night, the sight...