This is a transfer window that never seems to want to end.
But at 5pm tonight, the final deadline for Liverpool will be to close the business before a short break before the January market opens.
As international agreements and Premier League moves were to be sorted out earlier this month, the last two weeks have focused on transfers to and from lower league clubs.
Liverpool are reluctant to bring in a goalkeeper who has turned down offers from Jack Butland of Stoke City.
Instead, the Reds have a certain number of players who can move today, whether it is a permanent departure or, most likely, a temporary exit.
The most intriguing environment surrounds Harry Wilson, whose long-term prospects in Liverpool look bleak as they were missed in the Champions League.
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Wilson, who is playing international duties with Wales this week, is suing for a loan from Swansea City and Derby County, with whom he spent the 2018/19 season.
Winger was a target for Burnley, but their offer of £ 12 million plus supplements was rejected by Liverpool, who valued Wilson closer to £ 20 million.
Nat Phillips is back from injury and is wanted by many league clubs, including Nottingham Forest, Middlesbrough and Bristol City. Liverpool prefers a permanent exit for the central defender.
The loan transfer to Sparta in Rotterdam stopped for Ben Woodburn last month, and the Welshman instead missed U23 in the first weeks of the season. Earlier, Hull City registered interest, while First League teammate Charlton Athletic is also considering an offer.
Hull may also consider returning to Herbie Kane, who struck the Tigers earlier this year until his stay ended in injury. Last week, Kane returned to the Under-23 Championships in a 5-0 friendly victory over Salford City at the Academy in Kirkby.
Liam Millar, another who starred for U23 this term, is also ready for a temporary release.
Yasser Laruchi was put up for sale earlier in the summer, abandoning the new deal before entering into the last 12 months of his contract.
Although early interest from Leeds United and Brantford was not specified, the Norwich City Championship was among other clubs that followed developments.
Finally, Sepp van den Berg can be hired at Liverpool, which seeks the teenager to continue his development with regular first-team football.
Scouts from all over Europe watched the Dutch defender in action for the EFL trophy last month, although any move will now be limited to domestic lower league clubs.