Daniel Sturridge is the player Liverpool fans would most like to consider letting go this summer - with Harry Wilson the loanee they want to see return.
We conducted an end-of-season survey to give supporters the opportunity to tell us exactly what they thought of the 2017/18 campaign - and share their hopes for next year.
Part of that survey focused on the current playing squad, and which players fans wanted to remain at Anfield come to the start of the campaign.
Thousands of votes were cast, with Sturridge coming out on top when asked who the club should allow to leave this summer.
The striker, who spent the second half of the campaign on loan at West Bromwich Albion, had 89.7% wanting him to depart.
Simon Mignolet was a narrow second with 88.5%, while Divock Origi was perhaps a surprise third with 70.9% of the vote.
Those three are the only players who received more than half the votes, with Alberto Moreno coming fourth with 45.3% wanting to see him leave this summer.
Danny Ings was fifth with 45.6%, narrowly edging out Loris Karius, who received 45.3% of the vote, with fans showing mercy following his Champions League final errors.
Danny Ward received 21.3% - hinting at the desire from some supporters to see a total revamp of the goalkeeping options - with Ragnar Klavan also scoring relatively high on 38.5%.
Joel Matip surprisingly registered on the chart with 13%, but absolutely nobody wanted Mohamed Salah or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to depart.
Bizarrely, one person wanted to see Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino, and Virgil van Dijk leave, with two votes apiece going to Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The results show those who voted do not feel there are many who need to be shifted, which is a testament to the squad management from Jurgen Klopp and his staff.
Sturridge's misery in the survey was complete when only 4.5% of the voters wanted him to be a loanee given another chance at the first team. He just about edged Lazar Markovic (2.4%) and Jon Flanagan (4.4%) at the bottom.
Wilson was the undeniable winner, however, with 77.3% wanting him to be given a first-team opportunity at Liverpool following his exploits at Hull in 2018.
Marko Grujic (57.9%) and Sheyi Ojo (24.3%), who came up with Cardiff and Fulham respectively, make up the top three potential returnees.