Liverpool are looking to shift Xherdan Shaqiri and Harry Wilson in January after seeing Marko Grujic depart on loan to Porto.
Jurgen Klopp wanted all three players to leave on a permanent basis this summer as he looked to trim his packed squad.
But Grujic was the only one to leave the club on Tuesday, joining the Portuguese side until the end of the season.
The 24-year-old has spent the last two years on loan at Hertha Berlin, impressing during his time in the Bundesliga.
However, Klopp still doesn't look ready to use Grujic in his first-team, despite supporters fancying the midfielder to prove his worth.
The Serbian midfielder will still have a chance to fight for a spot in Liverpool's first-team when he returns next summer.
As for Shaqiri, the Swiss star was left out of the Carabao Cup squad last week - and Klopp admitted it was because an Anfield exit was being lined up.
"Some were not involved. It is the time of the year when some things happen in the background and you have to react," he said.
"That is what we did."
But clearly no side fancied taking the 28-year-old on a permanent deal.
And Shaqiri is now self-isolating after becoming the third Liverpool player to test positive for Covid-19.
A statement from the Swiss Football Association released on Tuesday read: “Xherdan Shaqiri has tested positive for Covid-19. In consultation with the health authorities, he is in isolation.”
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Liverpool also want to offload Harry Wilson in January.
Burnley dropped their interest over the summer after seeing a £12m bid rejected.
But the Reds are keen to find a suitor ahead of the winter window.
Wilson had also attracted interest from Celtic - but the Scottish champions over had a loan move in mind this summer.