Liverpool are unlikely to offload Marko Grujic and Xherdan Shaqiri before this evening's transfer deadline.
The duo have been attracting late interest this summer from all across Europe.
But Jurgen Klopp looks set to keep both midfielders beyond tonight's deadline after failing to receive suitable offers in the final hours.
Liverpool were keen for Grujic and Shaqiri to leave permanently, rather than on loan this summer.
The former looked set for a move to Werder Bremen this afternoon - but that option is no longer on the table.
The Reds outcast featured against Arsenal in the Carabao Cup, impressing fans on Merseyside.
The Daily Mail reported both Southampton and West Ham were pushing for a late loan move before Monday's transfer deadline.
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.
As for Shaqiri, the Swiss star was left out of the Carabao Cup squad last week - a =nd 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 fancies taking the 28-year-old on a permanent deal.
No new arrivals are expected at Liverpool today either.
But after Sunday's 7-2 thrashing at the hands of Aston Villa, club legend Jamie Carragher wants the club to look for a better back-up option than Adrian in goal.
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"With the amount of injuries, at this moment, that Alisson's getting, Adrian isn't good enough as a back-up," he said while commentating on Sky Sports.
"And he showed it again there. It's really poor on his weak foot. So simple for Aston Villa.
“It's always a big worry when your back-up goalkeeper comes in and at this moment it looks like Liverpool need a better back-up goalkeeper.”