Liverpool faithful, hello and welcome.
As per usual we’ve been busy spending our morning trawling the deepest recesses of the web in order to get you the latest news on your beloved club.
We’ve put that news into an aesthetically-pleasing round-up, equipped with a video if you can’t be bothered to read. Enjoy.
Klopp's January plans
It’s inevitable that Liverpool supporters will be keenly awaiting the January transfer window - Jurgen Klopp’s first in charge of the club - but excitement might turn to disappointment if the Mirror are to be believed.
The paper says this morning that the German coach is reluctant to sign new players next month despite having been given the green light by Anfield chiefs.
It’s said that unless an outstanding bargain becomes available - i.e. the straightforward capture of Borussia Dortmund’s Neven Subotic - Klopp will refrain from mixing things up.
Mignolet's new deal
Elsewhere, reports continue to suggest that Simon Mignolet is close to agreeing on a new Liverpool contract.
The Guardian say the Belgian could have his £60,000-a-week wages revised, with Klopp having no plans to replace him. What do fans think? Let us know in the comments box provided.
Mignolet's latest offering wasn't too impressive:
Finishing us off, Klopp has been handed a boost regarding the injury picked up by Dejan Lovren. The former Southampton defender picked up a knock during the 2-2 draw with West Brom this weekend but it’s now emerged that he did not suffer ligament damage.
The Croatian is now only expected to miss three weeks to a month - which is still far from ideal - but medical staff are hopeful that he could be back by the start of the New Year.