22 Aug, 20:00
There are only 10 days left of the summer transfer window which means only 10 days left of multimillion pound rumours and worrying that your team's star man is off.
The talented midfielder fell foul of the old 'move-to-Man-City-and-never-play' tactic, after an £8m move from Aston Villa in 2015. Just 24 league games later, Delph really needs a transfer this summer. He isn't getting in Pep Guardiola's team this season and at 27 really needs to be playing.
For a forward Josh King's scoring record wasn't that great...until last season. He ended up Bournemouth's top scorer with 16 goals, including 12 between February and May.
The Gunners have reportedly offered the 25-year-old to AC Milan after he returned from a season-long loan at Bournemouth, where injuries curtailed some impressive performances.
When you can't dislodge Nacho Monreal from your team it's probably time to look for a new club. Once heralded as Ashley Cole's natural successor at Arsenal and England, Gibbs has been reduced to watching from the bench for both.
This despite Sakho's superb form on loan at Crystal Palace towards the back end of last season. He was so good he was nominated for the club's Player of the Year despite playing just eight games.
Palace want to sign him but Liverpool are demanding £30m for the 27-year-old. The Eagles won't pay it but Sakho better hope someone will because he won't be getting any games if he stays at Anfield.
The 22-year-old, who did well to battle back from a nasty broken leg, needs a move probably back to someone like Southampton, where he can get that lovely feeling of regular football again.
There is absolutely no way Chelsea are going to convince Diego Costa to play for them again. The angry Spanish striker has holed himself up in his home in Brazil, nursing his ego and his mobile phone and is refusing to return to training.
Some players are just more comfortable being the big fish in a little pond and Bony is one of them, although a loan move to Stoke last season didn't exactly get him firing on all cylinders again.
At the start of the summer Ross Barkley seemed absolutely nailed on to join Tottenham but here we are, 10 weeks later, and he's still at Everton.
Although he is out injured for three months it seems a move is still on the cards and Barkley needs it, as his promising career has stalled and theToffees have now signed 400 new players as competition for places intensifies.
Another one who at 27 should be playing regularly and scoring goals, especially with the World Cup around the corner.
But it's clear Klopp is about a big a fan of Sturridge as any non-Liverpool fans are of the striker's wavy-arm celebration.
He's been in and out of Klopp's team for the past couple of seasons and now has extra competition in the shape of Mo Salah and Dom Solanke.