Liverpool opened their Premier League account for the season with an emphatic performance at newly-promoted Norwich.
Jurgen Klopp's men found the net three times, through the usual suspects, as they look to mount a challenge for the Premier League title.
The Reds have only made one signing so far this summer, Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig, who appeared on the bench for the clash.
However, Klopp still has his eyes on more signings, in particular, a man in the middle to replace Georginio Wijnaldum, who left for PSG.
And Daily Star Sport has rounded up all the day's transfer news on Merseyside.
Jordan Henderson to stay
Jordan Henderson is expected to extend his stay at Anfield according to Paul Joyce, who tweeted: "Jurgen Klopp expects Jordan Henderson will sign a new contract at Liverpool.
"'It will happen,' Klopp said. 'We will sort it. No doubt about that'."
Liverpool were, according to The Athletic, sweating over Henderson's contract after talks failed to result in a breakthrough earlier this summer.
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Reds want Ilaix Moriba
Liverpool are interested in Barcelona youngster this summer, according to 90min.
Moriba is out of contract next summer, and he has drawn interest from various Premier League clubs including both Manchester United and Manchester City.
However, Barcelona are hopeful of keeping him, and the Catalan side have offered the youngster a new contract.
Divock Origi interest
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Divock Origi's Liverpool career has never really panned out how either side would have hoped after he burst onto the scene at Euro 2016.
However, despite not featuring regularly under Klopp: Wolves, Crystal Palace and West Ham are all hopeful of landing the striker in the final two weeks of the transfer window.
Origi was an unused substitute over the weekend.
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