Liverpool are not going to buy anyone today.
We’re going to go out on a a limb and make this prediction quite boldly.
(Although we’d be very pleased to be proved wrong…)
But there’s six deals which according to the Echo, could go through.
First up, Lazar Markovic is available for any potential suitor. We’d probably loan the forgotten Serb, but there’s suggestions Wolfsburg or Swansea could pay £15m for his services as well.
Next up is Ovie Ejaria. His loan move to Sunderland is done and dusted, and Chris Coleman can’t wait to work with him:
“Ovie is coming to us until the end of the season which is something I’m very excited about,” the Welshman said.
LFC U23s’ most prolific attacker Harry Wilson wants a loan move, but nothing has been finalised. He’ll keep on pushing and we think something may happen on this one. He deserves first-team football.
22-year-old centre-back Lloyd Jones is going to leave, with League Two leaders Luton keen on giving him a contract. Liverpool will let him go for nothing.
Finally, Adam Bogdan and Jon Flanagan are available for loan. The keeper is completely surplus to requirements, while Liverpool want Flanno out following his conviction for assaulting his girlfriend, too.
None of these players have been used for the first-team this season, bar one League Cup appearance from Flanagan, so all it’ll do is get some more money off the wage will.