It is likely there will be change on Merseyside this summer—while the magnitude of Jurgen Klopp's rebuilding job is yet to be seen, the German is set to make changes as he moulds his new side in his image.
Liverpool are currently vying for an unlikely top-four finish in the Premier League, as well as pushing for UEFA Champions League qualification through success in the UEFA Europa League, currently holding a two-goal lead over last-16 opponents Manchester United heading into Thursday night's second leg.
Klopp's first five months have seen considerable improvement at Anfield, with the 48-year-old fostering a belief and a winning mentality within a fragile Reds squad.
Having sanctioned two signings ahead of the 2016/17 campaign already in Red Star Belgrade midfielder Marko Grujic and long-serving Schalke centre-back Joel Matip, Klopp has made his intentions clear.
But as the rumour mill continues to turn with Liverpool entering the business end of the season, the distinction between fact and fiction becomes increasingly blurred.
Here, we call true or false on four recent transfer rumours regarding Klopp's Reds, kicking off with a possible move for Arsenal's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.