A round-up of all the important stories pertaining to English giants Liverpool from the past few days, as the Reds get set for Matchday 9 in the Premier League
After being thwarted in their attempts to sign Ryan Mason and Danny Ings, David Moyes' Sunderland have now set their sights on their very own Pogba and an out-of-favour Liverpool defender.
Mamadou Sakho has not exactly been in manager Jurgen Klopp's good books. Indiscipline on Sakho's part has led to a fallout and the German manager is ready to offload the defender and instead give more playing time to Joel Matip and Ragnar Klavan.
Sunderland have reportedly rejected the possibility of signing the French center back on loan from Liverpool.
Jurgen Klopp has admitted that Liverpool may not have completed their business in the ongoing transfer market and could end up signing a player or two in order to strengthen their defence.
Mamadou Sakho may be on his way out of Liverpool FC, after various reports from the English media claim that Reds' manager Jurgen Klopp has grown frustrated at the Frenchman's attitude, during their pre-season tour in USA.
Liverpool's Joe Gomez reportedly suffered an Achilles injury during pre-season training to extend his stay on the sideline,s and with Mamadou Sakho also suffering from an injury, the Reds may be forced back into the market for another centre-back.
UEFA issued their final verdict on Mamadou Sakho's doping violation last night clearing him of all charges and allowing him to resume his football career for club and country. Liverpool fans flocked to social media to show their support for the Frenchman.
UEFA was supposed to have delivered their verdict on Mamadou Sakho at the back of the final hearing conducted in Paris on Thursday. However it looks like the player will be made to wait further for after UEFA sources revealed that any decision is expected only in the following weeks.
France manager Didier Deschamps has ruled out the possibility of including Mamadou Sakho in the squad for Euro 2016 despite the defender now being available following doping controversy.