With the transfer window set to shut down in the next 10 hours or so, expect some players to be linked 'very closely' with major clubs, which can kick up a storm among fans.
Some clubs have conducted some smart business ever since the summer transfer window opened, but they are still going to be in the market with an eye on some potential signings in order to bolster their squad.
Liverpool, who is one such club, have been one of the busiest English Premier League clubs in the transfer window, but the Reds might sign one more player -- Andriy Yarmolenko -- before the transfer window shuts down. Manager Brendan Rodgers might have an array of offensive players at his disposal, but Andriy Yarmolenko could still be Reds' last signing of the summer.
Liverpool have already offloaded players such as Fabio Borini and Rickie Lambert, while Mario Balotelli has been sent out on loan to AC Milan. The Reds were forced to conduct such business after Brendan Rodgers brought offensive players such as Christian Benteke, Danny Ings and Roberto Firmino to Anfield.
But their business does not seem to end as far as enforcing their forward line is concerned. The Express reported that the Reds are willing to meet Yarmolenko's release clause of £14.5m, which could help him become a Liverpool star.
Andriy Yarmolenko is a prizes asset of Dynamo Kiev after having joined the club in 2007. The Ukrainian is a versatile player, which might have attracted Brendan Rodgers as he can play as a winger and a forward as well.
Yarmolenko also fits into Brendan Rodgers team as the manager has always been drawn towards players with quick feet and the Ukrainian possess such skills along with being a powerful player, which will suit the EPL style.
Other top clubs such as Arsenal, Everton and Borussia Dortmund were interested in attaining his signature, but they seem to have failed in their efforts. Hence, it is not going to be an easy task for Liverpool.
However, if Liverpool manages to sign Yarmolenko, Brendan Rodgers will have a problem of plenty when it comes to choosing players in the starting eleven as the Reds have too many offensive players in their line up.