Here's a rundown of all things Liverpool on the rumour mill this Tuesday...
Liverpool target Levi Colwill has made it clear that he's "got to play", feeding the transfer machine regarding a potential move. You can read more about that here, but as it stands Chelsea's stance — as reported by every journalist and his dog — is: 'not for sale'. Neil Jones has said a deal for Liverpool would require "a significant twist". Please not more injuries.
Meanwhile, speaking of unlikely transfers, it seems Steven Gerrard is eyeing up a Liverpool reunion over at Saudi Arabian side Al-Ettifaq. L'Equipe's Loic Tanzi has claimed that Jordan Henderson is in Stevie's crosshairs (yeah-course-hairs?). You can read our full breakdown of that story here.
Not content with that, ex-Liverpool man Divock Origi too has been linked with Al-Ettifaq. That's according to Sacha Tavolieri. No-one is safe.
Another man who could be on his way out of Liverpool is Thiago Alcantara, who Fanatik say has already held talks with Galatasaray's vice president and received a "very good offer". Gerrard will be in touch, surely.
One man seemingly desperate for the riches of England rather than Saudi Arabia is Federico Chiesa, whose agents have been chatting to English clubs — possibly including Liverpool. Sport Mediaset say that Juve will listen to offers of €50m (£42m) and above.
At the other end of the transfer spectrum, 17-year-old forward Elijah Gift has left Liverpool's academy to join Athletic Club for a fee of around £1m, The Athletic reports.
It could be a one out, one in policy for talented 17-year-olds from Spain, with AS stating that Liverpool are in the picture for Assane Diao of Betis.
Sticking with Betis, Fichajes say the Reds are among the clubs interested in 22-year-old Brazilian winger Luiz Henrique. Estadio Deportivo say he'd cost a bargain €18m.
And finally, in other Brazilian winger news, Liverpool are name-checked as one of the clubs interested in Malcom — remember him? Well, he bagged 26 in 33 for Zenit St. Petersburg in 2022/23 and Foot Mercato say Liverpool like the former Barcelona flop's profile.
Henrique, Chiesa and Malcom all providing competition for Salah next season then? Stevie G's got more chance of recreating the Reds' entire Champions League winning starting lineup in the Middle East.