There has been plenty of news doing the rounds in relation to Liverpool Football Club recently.
With that being the case, we thought that we would take a look at some of those stories.
Liverpool will face Inter Milan in the last-16 of the Champions League. The first leg will take place at the San Siro tonight.
As quoted by Anfield Watch's Twitter account, the German said the following during his press conference: "It's a good situation to have [no injuries], but it is much more important how we are playing over who is playing. We need options for different situations and different problems.”
Kick-off: 8pm GMT
TV: BT Sport 2
The second leg will take place at Anfield on the 8th of March.
James Milner contract situation
Talks between the club and the Englishman's representatives are yet to take place.
Milner's current deal expires at the conclusion of the current season. We would like to see the club keep the 36-year-old around for another season, as he does provide depth and experience.
Trent Alexander-Arnold's statement of intent
The Reds are in the League Cup final. Klopp's side will face Chelsea at Wembley Stadium on the 27th of February.
We do agree with Alexander-Arnold that Liverpool have a serious chance of winning the aforementioned trophies.
The reality is, this Reds side has won two of the biggest trophies in club football - the Champions League and Premier League. The experience you gain from winning silverware is invaluable. Teams take confidence from winning trophies.
Fabio Carvalho deal remains alive
The Reds had reportedly agreed an £8 million transfer fee with Fulham for the 19-year-old's services.
However, Carvalho was going to be loaned back to Fulham for the remainder of the season. But, the clubs were unable to complete the necessary paperwork before the deadline.
Romano wrote: "In the next few days, a further meeting is scheduled with all the parties to find a solution: the agreement on personal terms with Carvalho is ready, Liverpool would like to confirm it as soon as possible and to also complete the agreement with Fulham for compensation, given that Fabio would be available as a free agent in the summer."
Carvalho is a talented footballer. The youngster has scored seven goals and registered five assists in 20 Championship appearances this season.
The aforementioned figures highlight that Carvalho can play. Therefore, hopefully this deal gets done sooner rather than later.