This was our Live Transfer Deadline Day Page for the last day of the 2016 Summer Transfer Window.
Keep up to date with the latest on this summer's transfer deadline day with the reds looking to complete some last minute exits from Anfield.
As it happened...
It's transfer deadline day for English clubs, with Liverpool hoping to complete loan exits for Italy's Mario Balotelli and France's Mamadou Sakho - two players who both cost the club £16M.
There is a new matchday bus, the 917, from Liverpool to Anfield on match days. Can Sturridge and Origi park the thing?
French Newspaper L'Equipe reckons Mamadou Sakho wants to stay at Anfield to try to 'impress' reds boss Jurgen Klopp
The defender is already rumoured to have turned down loan deals to both Besiktas and Stoke City
Elsewhere in the Premier League and West Ham are linked with a move for our former right back Alvaro Arbeloa
Mario Balotelli has completed his medical at Ligue 1 club Nice but LFC and the French club are still in negotiations over the terms of the deal.
They finished fourth in the league last year - qualifying for this season's Europa League group stage
As well as Mamadou Sakho (see below) - both Tiago Ilori and Lazar Markovic are likely to remain at Liverpool after this transfer window
Markovic was heavily involved in LFC's pre-season, whilst Ilori was representing Portugal at the Olympic games.
There had been some tabloid speculation linking the reds with a £11M move for 17 year old Dortmund winger Christian Pusilic.
His Dad, Mark, told German newspaper Bild that this wasn't happening.
"Christian has no interest in leaving the club. He had a good half year last season and wants to continue to break through.
Liverpool midfielder Luis Alberto has been sold to Lazio
Alberto joined in the summer of 2013 for just under £7M and played just 12 games for the reds
Lazio clearly thrilled with their purchase it seems
LFC defender Andre Wisdom involved in yet another loan deal
He moves to Austrian champions (and double winners) Red Bull Salzburg for the coming season
Media reporting that Markovic will join Sporting Lisbon on loan for a season.
Jorge Jesus, his former boss at Benfica, is in charge at Lisbon
More than 38% of the players used by Liverpool last season won't be being used this season. Still four hours left of transfer deadline day too.
39 players used in LFC’s competitive games last year.— Anfield Online (@anfieldonline) August 31, 2016
11 have been sold or released.
4 have been loaned out.
24 survive (so far).
Here's a look at who has come in and which players used last season have now left us this summer
Sold or Released: Christian Benteke, Brad Smith, Joe Allen, Jordon Ibe, Martin Skrtel, Kolo Toure, Jose Enrique, Jordan Rossiter, Joao Teixeira, Jerome Sinclair, Sergi Canos, Steven Caulker (loan ended)
Loaned out: Jon Flanagan, Danny Ward, Ryan Kent, Adam Bogdan
Bought: Sadio Mane, Joel Matip, Loris Karius, Alex Manninger, Georginio Wijnaldum, Ragnar Klavan
Have Liverpool been strengthened or weakend this summer? Let us know in the comments below
Media outlets in France reporting that Balotelli is joining Nice on a permanent transfer.
The quoted transfer fee?
Balotelli goals at Liverpool were a bit thin on the ground - so here's a decent one he managed during training
Balotelli has taken to his personal instagram account to post a picture of him signing the deal in France, pictured with OCG Nice President Jean-Pierre Rivère
Former LFC defender and now TV pundit, Jamie Carragher left LFC just before Balotelli arrived but he has weighed into the discussion surrounding the transfer
Balotelli on a free is still paying over the odds by Nice.— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) August 31, 2016
Last expected deal in this final hour is a loan move for Lazar Markovic. The £20M signing from summer 2014 is expected to head to Sporting Lisbon on loan.
Markovic has played 34 times for the reds scoring 3 goals - all in the 2014-15 season
He spent last season on loan at Fenerbahce
LFC have now confirmed that Lazar Markovic moves to Portugese side Sporting Lisbon on a season long loan