Liverpool started their transfer window off amazingly with the signing of Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig for £36million.
A lot of fans were hoping that this would be the start of a much needed mini rebuild of Jurgen Klopp's squad.
Despite multiple departures including Harry Wilson, Marko Grujic and Xherdan Shaqiri, Liverpool are still very quiet in the transfer windowz and according to Jurgen Klopp, it may not change.
When asked about if he gets lured into the transfer gossip that goes on each window, Klopp replied by suggesting Liverpool may not be doing anymore business.
“I'm a football fan as well and guilty of being attracted to a story about which team might sign which player. The difference is I don't have that "itch" when it comes to us.
“I don't for one second criticise anyone - be it fan, pundit, journalist or players and coaches - for getting drawn into the allure of transfers. But as the manager of this team and leader of this football club, I must always view these things with the proper perspective.
“There is so much focus and transfers and recruitment in football and particularly in the Premier League. It might not always seem so when I speak to the media, but I do understand it.”
Hopefully we're all just reading this wrong and Liverpool have something up their sleeves for the final week of the window.
Michael Edwards and his team are known to do business quick and silently, so hopefully it's another case of that.