The up-and-coming right back could be spending the next year at Craven Cottage if a loan deal with Fulham can be worked out.
After weeks of denying that Luis Suarez is for sale, Liverpool have allegedly issued an ultimatum to their star striker that could see him sold should he put in a written transfer request.
Despite scoring a goal that is not unfamiliar to Liverpool fans at this point, Luis Suarez and his Uruguayan countrymen failed to produce enough to stop the Spanish juggernaut in its tracks.
With a deal reached that covers off the wants and needs of both clubs and the player, Andy Carroll is expected to confirm his transfer from Liverpool to West Ham by the end of this week.
Building on Liverpool's mission to get their signings done early, the club have agreed to a fee for midfielder Luis Alberto.
We revisit Luis Suarez's impressive tally of goals from direct free kicks, where across all competitions one in six of the striker's goals were from dead ball situations.
Happy with the way his debut season went, Suso hopes to continue at Liverpool despite receiving opportunities to test the waters elsewhere.
Brendan Rodgers is tasked this summer with choosing a worthy successor to Jamie Carragher's role as vice captain now that the former Red has moved into retirement.
In a days old interview that is only now just making its way to the English press, Luis Suarez says some stuff and provides soundbites suitable for headlines involving weak Facebook jokes.
Lack of European football has been a big concern for many when it comes to recruiting new players, but Ian Ayre maintains that Liverpool's reputation is more than enough to attract skillful players.
With Peter Gulacsi leaving the club, Liverpool are now in the market for a player who is unlikely to see any regular first team action.
Although the reason behind their inclusion in the team sheet was not always favourable, Liverpool's youth players earned some quality time on the pitch last season that few other clubs allowed their own up-and-comers.
Having previously examined the critical importance of a good head of hair, today we turn our attentions to another seemingly intangible locus of power for a player: the tattoo.
Sidelined by injury, Joe Allen has spent his time growing a beard and demonstrating the fine art of being interviewed without saying anything questionable or rage-inducing.
The reality is that Liverpool did not win anything this season that might be worth displaying in the club museum, but they still managed to top a handful of statistical tables thanks largely to the brilliant Luis Suarez.
Despite members of national teams sometimes playing a role in convincing one another to join each other clubs, Brendan Rodgers is not worried that Luis Suarez's fellow Uruguayans will be able to pry him away from Liverpool.
Brendan Rodgers previously said he wanted to get his summer business done early, and if the rumour that would see Kolo Touré in red proves to be true, the gaffer is certainly not wasting any time getting his squad in shape for the 2013/14 season.
The seventeen year-old winger was the last of a small army of Liverpool youth products to make his league debut this season, and managed an important assist in Jamie Carragher's final match to boot.
His first day jitters may be long behind him, but even after over 700 matches Jamie Carragher still isn't immune to a little nervousness now and again.
The final nail in the coffin of the Tom Ince transfer saga seems to have been hammered down now that the young player has been offered a contract extension by Blackpool.
Summer holidays aren't what they used to be and with another post-season filled with multiple international tournaments, several of Liverpool's squad will spend June representing their countries.
Old news becomes new again when the exciting management rumour du jour turns out to be someone Reina pitched for LFC management three years ago.
Get your bingo dabbers ready: after his man of the match performance, Daniel Sturridge was praised by Brendan Rodgers for his significant contributions to Liverpool's 3-1 win over Fulham.
Being a young player always means flirting with the edges of the first team, but in his captain's absence Jonjo Shelvey may get one more chance this term to make an impact on his manager.
Liverpool's resident spotlight shunner is capturing multiple headlines this week, most recently regarding his commitment to Liverpool's ongoing project and what that means for his level of responsibility.
Reports of the defender's demise have been greatly exaggerated says the man himself, but that shouldn't stop anyone from panicking anyway.
Amidst the legions of people proffering suggestions to Luis Suarez in the wake of his latest ban are two people who might actually be position to provide some perspective: his wife Sofia and fellow footballer Mario Balotelli.
It may not have required a crystal ball or a Nostradamus-style prophecy to predict, but nevertheless Steven Gerrard's pending contract negotiations are welcome news.
Despite his own rocky start to the season, Jose Enrique feels his experiences this year are proof positive that an out of favour player like Martin Skrtel can find his way back into the first team.