Of course, no discussion of a Liverpool transfer window would be complete without mentioning the potential fate of Kop hero Luis Suarez.
The Reds’ talismanic No.7 is amid yet another stellar campaign, matching last term’s sensational 23-goal haul in just 21 appearances and furthermore finding eight assists.
Averaging a near ridiculous 5.5 shots, 2.9 key passes and 2.9 successful dribbles per match, Whoscored.com have billed the 27 year-old as the Premier League’s best player this term, with an average rating of 8.46, which unquestionably puts him in the running for the best in Europe.
The Anfield side will back their chances of hanging onto Suarez for at least another year, with their bid for Champions League football next season all but mathematically confirmed.
But after another talismanic season, in addition to the Uruguay international’s potential showings at the World Cup, the European elite will undoubtedly be interested in Suarez’s services once again this summer.
It looks set to be yet another lengthy saga that occupies Brendan Rodgers for the coming transfer window, mirroring that of summer 2013.
But having tied the Merseyside star down to a new contract in December, Liverpool are making it clear that they’ll only sell for a world-class fee, which probably translates to a figure around the £60million mark.