Alan Myers is patiently hovering outside Melwood, waiting for a huge name to pull up in a Range Rover and send Liverpool fans wild…
Of course, it’s very unlikely to happen – with no more incomings really expected before February.
The journalist reckons that Lazar Markovic will depart, Danny Ings will stay (obviously after Daniel Sturridge’s exit) and that no new arrivals.
“I think it’s clear to say that Danny Ings probably isn’t going anywhere today. I wouldn’t expect that to be honest,” Myers said outside Melwood, cited in the Express.
“Lazar Markovic may be not so clear cut.
“Swansea are involved with interest for him, the winger who has never really settled at Liverpool.
“He’s been out on loan to Portugal and also to Hull in the past. It looks like possibly something might happen with him.
“Don’t forget, they still have the biggest spend of this transfer window in Virgil van Dijk for £75m.
“Whether there will be anyone coming in today, who knows?
“It is transfer deadline day and as you know, anything can happen.”
If we’d have failed to win last night, the noise from supporters for Klopp to enter the market today would have been deafening, but we strolled to a 3-0 win against Huddersfield.
Roberto Firmino, Emre Can and Mo Salah were on target – and all three will be straight back into the side for the Tottenham clash at the weekend.
A win at Anfield will really cement our position as favourites for a top four spot.