The 2011 Summer Transfer Market grinds to a close at 11PM tomorrow night. The day leading up is typically the most exciting for any Premier League football fan.
While it has remained unclear whether or not Liverpool will make a move, signs are pointing towards the fact that they might. There are still rumours swirling around the club, and it wouldn't at all be surprising to see them make a final splash.
Here are ten moves we could realistically see tomorrow that would continue to change the look of the Liverpool team and continue the squad revolution.
The signing of Sebastian Coates has all but quashed any rumours linking Liverpool to central defenders but, surprisingly, reports are still suggesting Liverpool may have an interest in Gary Cahill.
Cahill would join a suddenly deep central defense corps, and would likely step right into a first team role. He could be available on a bargain deal from Bolton.
Joe Cole has emerged as a potential target for Spurs, who are looking for a quick fix replacement for the imminently departing Luka Modric. The 29-year-old Cole joined Liverpool last summer, heralded as the man who would turn the club's fortunes around, but he has never managed to break through.
It is only a matter of time before he leaves, and it wouldn't be surprising to see a loan deal to send him to London until next summer.
Fiorentina winger Juan Vargas has come back into rumours in the past 24 hours, and it wouldn't be surprising to see Dalglish make a last minute swoop.
Vargas is versatile, can play anywhere on the left flank and in defensive midfield, and is still young. He would be a great signing at a bargain price for Dalglish and co.
Dead-weight striker David N'gog appears set to leave the Reds and join Bolton, where he would have a much better first team opportunity. In recent seasons, he has fallen back in the Liverpool standings as new signings, coupled with badly timed injuries, have hurt the youngster.
Still he appeared in 25 Premier League games last season coming off the bench, scoring two goals for the Anfield club. That said, he is not in Dalglish's plans for the future.
Craig Bellamy is the first player on this list linked with a return to Anfield. The Manchester City forward has dropped a long way back on the Etihad Stadium pecking order, and would be available on very close to a free.
With Dirk Kuyt's part-time move to the wing, the need for support behind superstars Andy Carroll and Luis Suarez is greater than ever. It wouldn't be surprising to see Bellamy join at the last minute.
Spanish club Espanyol appear set to offer Liverpool flop Christian Poulsen a lifeline to save his career, with a suggested loan move expected to be confirmed tomorrow.
The Danish midfielder, who was brought in by Roy Hodgson, has failed to make an impact and appears all but set to leave the Reds on Deadline Day.
Benayoun has emerged as a shock target for an Anfield return. He would likely fill a substitute role with Liverpool, as a backup to Stewart Downing and Jordan Henderson.
Liverpool need elite attacking depth, and Benayoun is an all-round, all-action player who would be very welcome in Merseyside. He doesn't appear to be in Andre Villas-Boas's long term plans, and would be available very cheap.
With the new signings arriving at Anfield, it is likely at least one big name leaves tomorrow. The 28-year-old Raul Meireles joined Liverpool as a late 2010 summer signing, and impressed last year. His performance brought him the PFA Fans' Player of the Year award, and he quickly became a fan favourite at Anfield.
Villas Boas is looking to sign a temporary solution centre midfielder, and Meireles would certainly do that for him.
As mentioned, Liverpool have been looking for a new centre forward to backup Suarez and Carroll, and at 21 Sturridge remains one of the top young prospects in English football.
Liverpool would eventually have to integrate him into the first team, but until then he would be a solid third-choice striker. He would rather sit on the bench at Anfield, rather than be fifth or sixth down the line at Stamford Bridge.
Liverpool would receive Benayoun and Sturridge in exchange for Meireles in a straight player-for-players swap. The deal makes sense for both sides, as Chelsea shed two utility players in positions in which they are deep, while Liverpool acquire two players who would become important backups and make an impact in the squad.
A very realistic possibility.
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