It's here. Deadline Day is upon us. Enjoy one last dance of Liverpool transfer news before it's all a memory...
Where else to start but Ryan Gravenberch? The Dutchman's flight to Liverpool was cancelled last night, but he's now jetting in to Merseyside this morning (phew), with Florian Plettenberg assuring that there are no late hitches in this deal.
The same journalist claims Jurgen Klopp was crucial in convincing Gravenberch of the project at Liverpool.
Meanwhile, David Ornstein reports that the 21-year-old will under go a medical today before signing a five-year-deal at Anfield. Ladies and gentlemen, we got him.
Melissa Reddy claims that before Gravenberch joined Bayern he was on a three-man shortlist of future 'game changers' at Liverpool alongside Jude Bellingham and Aurelien Tchouameni.
Various outlets state that the fee will be €40m (£34m).
Moving on to Mohamed Salah, and Ben Jacobs claims that Al Ittihad still plan to bid for Liverpool's number 11 and could even increase their offer to €200m (£171m) all in.
The Mail instead claim that the real offer will be 'over £120m'.
And the Telegraph have come up with a figure of £150m.
Whatever number might be put up, The Athletic's James Pearce insists, however, that there is absolutely no chance of a deal. Phew.
One player who could leave Liverpool, however, is Bobby Clark. The young midfielder is subject to a loan offer from Derby, according to Neil Jones.
Ecuadorian centre back Piero Hincapie won't be joining Liverpool from Leverkusen on Deadline Day, according to Ben Jacobs. Think we could all see that coming.
James Pearce adds that Gravenberch is likely to be the last incoming transfer for the Reds this summer.
19-year-old midfielder Melkamu Frauendorf could be heading out on loan, with a number of Bundesliga clubs keen, says Neil Jones.
And finally, Nat Phillips has revealed that Andy Robertson is 'jealous' after he completed a loan switch to Scottish champions Celtic.