The buildup to the summer transfer window has now begun, with rumours and speculation continuing to swirl as Liverpool eye possible reinforcements.
Jurgen Klopp's league leaders have not been particularly busy during recent windows, but that has not stopped the rumour mill from linking them with additions.
Here, Sports Mole rounds up the latest news on possible comings and goings from Anfield.
Saturday morning's headlines:
Chelsea 'line up Layvin Kurzawa as Ben Chilwell alternative'
Chelsea consider dropping their interest in Leicester City's Ben Chilwell to sign French defender Layvin Kurzawa on a free transfer, according to a report. Read more.
Liverpool to spend £110m on Wolverhampton Wanderers duo?
Liverpool consider a £110m swoop for Wolverhampton Wanderers pair Adama Traore and Ruben Neves, according to a report. Read more.
Timo Werner to Chelsea: When will the deal go through? What is the hold-up?
Sports Mole rounds up the latest developments from Timo Werner's proposed move to Chelsea, which has stalled since reports of an agreement more than a week ago. Read more.
Liverpool to rival Manchester United for Ferran Torres?
Liverpool could battle Manchester United for the signature of Valencia attacker Ferran Torres, according to a report. Read more.
Marko Grujic set for Liverpool return after Hertha Berlin loan
Hertha Berlin sporting director Michael Preetz confirms that Marko Grujic will "100%" be returning to Liverpool when his loan deal expires at the end of June. Read more.
Philippe Coutinho return to Liverpool 'is impossible'
Barcelona midfielder Philippe Coutinho will not be returning to Liverpool this summer, according to a report. Read more.
Report: Virgil van Dijk turns down lucrative Paris Saint-Germain move
A report claims that Virgil van Dijk has turned down the chance to join Paris Saint-Germain and is now set to pen a new contract with Liverpool. Read more.
Virgil van Dijk 'agrees deal to become highest paid Liverpool player ever'
Virgil van Dijk will reportedly become Liverpool's highest paid player in their history if he pens a proposed five-year contract. Read more.