Liverpool have begun a rebuilding phase under Brendan Rodgers, with the manager knowing he needs to bring in a lot of players to shape the squad as he wants. Of course, to bring new faces in, plenty of others have to make way.
The first transfer window brought in the likes of Joe Allen and Fabio Borini, while Dirk Kuyt, Craig Bellamy and Charlie Adam were amongst those who made way in Rodgers' first few weeks on the job, and more will have to follow both in January and next summer.
Liverpool's manager has reduced the wage bill significantly from the end of last season, so from now on there should hopefully be only exits from the club from a footballing point of view rather than to ease the finances.
Here are five players who will need to leave within the next two windows, and suggestions of who they could be replaced with.