Liverpool fans, you’re almost there!
Of course, I’m referring to the end of the working week which, at this stage, is around 30 hours away (UK schedule). You can manage it, I’m sure, but if you can’t then allow us to give you some motivation.
Below we’ve compiled all the latest, breaking, news. Take it all in and leave thoughts and opinions in the comments box provided.
Klopp's top target
Jurgen Klopp might not have been announced as Liverpool’s new manager yet, but he’s already sifting through potential transfer targets for the Anfield club.
Number one on his list could well be Bundesliga star Neven Subotic, who, of course, played under him at Borussia Dortmund.
According to the Daily Mirror, strengthening the Reds defence is something that will rank high on Klopp’s to-do list, and he’s confident about what Subotic can do.
How about it Liverpool fans? Let us know what you think in the comments box below.
Coutinho's agent reassures
Meanwhile, it’s good news on the Philippe Coutinho front, with his agent having confirmed that he has no intention of leaving Anfield.
The Brazilian midfielder has been linked with both Real Madrid and Barcelona - two of football’s most notorious super powers - but is focused on doing well with his current club.
Presumably that could change if they don’t qualify for next season’s Champions League, but Klopp’s arrival might allay fears of that happening.
Finishing off, it’s back to Klopp himself. Understandably every journalist and his dog is writing about the German at the moment, and other reports claim he could earn up to €10million-a-year as Liverpool’s new boss.
That piece of information comes from German publication Bild, who say the deal on the table works out to be worth just over £7m-a-year. Not too shabby at all.