Divock Origi left on deadline day.
However, the player's mind was made up and was unwilling to look further. Today, the latest on Virgil van Dijk...
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 28: Virgil van Dijk of Southampton looks on during the Premier League match between Southampton and Tottenham Hotspur at St Mary's Stadium on December 28, 2016 in Southampton, England. Winning over the fans could be a lengthier process as many of them are furious with Van Dijk's attempts to force a move.
I can only assume there was definite interest from two or three top managers/ head coaches as van Dijk was probably one of the top three centre-halves in the country when he was playing last year.
Apart from anything else, the dressing room patter and humour won't allow him to sulk.
Well over 24 hours after the apparent sightings van Dijk still hasn't signed for Liverpool.
Van Dijk staged unsolicited talks with Liverpool and two other Premier League clubs earlier this year, with Southampton reporting the Anfield club to the Football Association for their approach to the Dutch defender.
BST: Rise and shine! It will be particularly galling for Sanchez that he remains at Arsenal given that Wenger let Oxlade-Chamberlain join Liverpool. We'll find out soon enough.
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Además, pidió hacer las paces también con el medio ambiente, "creación de dios", a la que estamos explotando de forma salvaje. Nos recuerda que siempre se necesita dar un primer paso para cualquier actividad y proyecto.
The former Southampton man had rejected a move to Chelsea after his club agreed a £40m fee with the Pensioners, expressing his desire to perform a central midfielder's role rather than a wing-back, where he believed Chelsea had planned to use him.
Despite his best efforts to engineer a move to Barcelona, Coutinho appears to be staying at the club.
The Netherlands international has been one of the most talked about transfer targets of the summer.
Reports suggested that the Reds were still hopeful of striking a deal on deadline day, but Sky Sports News reports that Southampton have now made a final decision not to sell.
This season too started on a similar note for Klopp and Liverpool.
The deal will surpass the £35m paid in 2011 to Newcastle for Andy Carroll. With Vincent Janssen struggling to impress, Pochettino wants more back-up for Harry Kane which could lead to a £15m bid being lodged for Llorente.
I'm pleased with Salah and Chamberlian especially and I think that Andy Robertson has already shown that he's more than "a left back who played for a relegated Hull City side". The whole VVD situation was handled poorly by all involved.