May, the month of football, is over. June, the month of transfers, is here.
As the world gets set for a little well-known tournament in Russia in less than two weeks, club football fans continue to cast eyes towards the transfer window and see what awaits them.
There is plenty of speculation. Here is the latest round-up of transfer gossip surrounding Liverpool - with our writer's take on whether they will fit in at Anfield.
Nabil Fekir leaves the field to an embrace from his Lyon coach Bruno Genesio (Image: Getty Images)
Who? You know by now. The Lyon playmaker who Liverpool are hoping to bring to Anfield this summer.
Where? This comes, seemingly, from the Express. They claim the French club's president, Jean-Michel Aulas, will look to stall the deal for as long as possible in order to raise any potential price on the back of a strong World Cup showing.
Kristian says: Liverpool want Fekir and will hope to tie up a deal as soon as possible, but Aulas is a notoriously difficult negotiator.
Who? An attacking midfielder from Benfica, perpetually linked with a move to Anfield. He is currently on loan at Besiktas and scored 20 goals in 47 appearances.
Where? Over in Portugal, and Record to be precise. They claim the Turkish side have not opted to make their loan deal permanent, and that has alerted Jurgen Klopp to the possibility of signing him.
Kristian says: Talisca seems to be linked every transfer window, and the 24-year-old could fulfill the role of versatile back-up, in theory. But if Besiktas don't want him...
Monaco's French midfielder Thomas Lemar reacts after missing a goal opportunity during the UEFA Champions League football match AS Monaco vs Bayer Leverkusen (Image: VALERY HACHE/AFP/Getty Images)
Who? The Monaco playmaker who had previously been on Liverpool's radar.
Where? Tuttomercatoweb in Italy, although it is likely just from L'Equipe earlier in the week. They claim the Reds are still keen on the player and will bid around £100million for him.
Kristian says: Liverpool dropped their interest in Lemar this year, after trying to sign him in August. £100million would be a ludicrous fee for a player not guaranteed a starting place.