Yes, it's still the international break.
But never fear, the rumours are here to keep you entertained throughout the domestic football drought!
Here's a roundup of the latest Liverpool transfer news and gossip.
Anfield Watch understands that Liverpool have been tracking Montpellier forward Mousa Tamari for some time.
The left-footed right winger has been in fine form in Ligue 1 since his summer move and is even known as the 'Jordanian Messi'.
Liverpool are interested in rivalling Bayern Munich for recently dismissed RB Leipzig sprorting director Max Eberl, according to Bild.
The transfer chief has been flirting with Bayern, but could be tempted to take over from Jorg Schmadtke at Anfield.
Liverpool's scouts are 'always in the stands' watching Sporting CP defender Goncalo Inacio. So says transfer reporter Fabrizio Romano.
The Reds are already looking at options to boost their centre back options in 2024.
Andre Trindade will 'almost certainly [be] on his way' to Liverpool this January according to Brazilian football expert Tim Vickery.
The Reds saw a bid for the Fluminense midfielder pushed back over the summer, but Anfield Watch has reported that the 22-year-old is still hopeful of a deal this winter.
Meanwhile, the Khephren Thuram rumours just keep on coming...
This time it's Calciomercato who report that Liverpool are still in the running for the €30m (£26m) rated midfielder, who is also wanted by Juventus and Inter.
Spanish rumour mongers Fichajes say that PSV would accept a fee as low as €25m (£21.5m) for star winger Johan Bakayoko.
The 21-year-old Belgium international came close to joining Brentfor during the summer and has been touted as a future Liverpool player.
Fichajes price tag seems a little curious considering the player is under contract until 2026 and PSV rejected a £34m bid from Brentford this summer...
And finally, former Ireland international has predicted that Evan Ferguson will complete most Irish boys' dream by playing for Liverpool or Man Utd in the future.
I know. Slow news day...
Speaking to BoyleSports, Dunne said: "I'm sure Evan Ferguson would be delighted at the thought of playing for Liverpool and Manchester United as most Irish boys would dream of that!
"I think it'll happen for him in the future, but he's still learning his trade at the moment at Brighton.
"I think it's too soon for him at the moment, but it won't be long before it's time to move on."