Liverpool's lead at the top of the Premier League remains at four points after both the Reds and Manchester City claimed wins at the weekend.
Jurgen Klopp's side sealed a thrilling 4-3 win over Crystal Palace, but an injury to Fabinho and James Milner's sending off has added to the manager's selection problems.
It has been a quiet window so far for the Reds, except for new contracts for Andrew Robertson and Trent Alexander-Arnold.
But a growing injury list could tempt Klopp to look to the transfer market to keep Liverpool's title bid on track.
Here's a look at some of the stories that have caught our eye surrounding Liverpool .
Jurgen Klopp insists he will not plunge into the transfer market, despite fresh injury worries that could affect Liverpool ’s title bid.
Fabinho is the latest concern for the Reds manager, after the midfielder limped out of the game against Crystal Palace late on, with a hamstring problem.
James Milner is also now suspended for the next game, after picking up a red card for two bookable offences.
And with Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold also injured, there is a concern about defensive cover, especially at right back.
Asked if the injuries make him more likely to enter the transfer market in January, he said: "We have to use the resources we have already and that is what we try."
Zeljko Buvac's exit from Liverpool has now finally become official, nine months after he walked out on the Reds.
The Bosnian-Serb departed his position as one of Jurgen Klopp's assistant managers last April, shortly before the second leg of the Champions League semi-final against Roma.
Buvac had been one of Jurgen Klopp's right-hand men for 17 years, with a relationship dating back to the pair's time together at Mainz.
Mystery surrounded the reasons for his departure, with the club just putting it down to 'personal reasons' and failing to elaborate on what was behind a fairly dramatic exit at a crucial point of the season.
Buvac had remained as a club employee since he walked away, but his departure has now become official, with the terms of his contract being settled.
Virgil van Dijk revealed Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish helped him settle - by giving him his digits.
The defender arrived at Anfield from Southampton for £75million last year - and has been an instant hit.
The Dutchman helped shore up the Reds' back line and put them in a position to challenge for the title this seson.
And he revealed the part Dalglish played in welcoming him to the club.
Van Dijk said: "Kenny Dalglish gave me his mobile number in the very beginning and told me to ring him at any time.