While the Reds have already struck a £ 36million deal to sign Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig, there has been another valuable little move at the moment.
The window opened earlier this month for domestic transactions, with overseas movements given the green light from July 1.
Jurgen Klopp will receive funding to continue growing his team over the next few months, with additional money available for all sales.
And here we detail five players that Liverpool hope they can generate income as the Reds look to prune their current resources.
Marko Grujic (potential £ 20million sale)
Grujic remains a target for Porto, with whom he reached the Champions League quarter-finals on a season-long loan. However, financial problems mean that the Portuguese have not yet made a formal offer regarding a permanent transfer. A number of clubs in Italy and Germany are also following the 25-year-old Serb.
Divock Origi (£ 15million)
Origi only made nine Premier League appearances last season with his lone goal in the 7-2 League Cup victory at Lincoln City, which saw him be ignored by Belgium at Euro 2020. A number of European clubs are showing interest in the forward, who was on loan in Germany earlier in his Reds career.
Harry Wilson (£ 15million)
Currently in action for Euro 2020 with Wales, Wilson played for Liverpool in the League Cup at the start of the last campaign, but spent most of it on loan at Cardiff City in the league, where he impressed. Cardiff want a permanent deal for the 24-year-old, which has reportedly sparked interest from a group of Premier League clubs with Hoffenheim and RB Leipzig in Germany and La Liga duo Valencia and Getafe.
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Taiwo Awoniyi (£ 8 million)
Work permit issues, which were only recently resolved, have meant the Nigerian striker has never played for Liverpool despite signing over six years ago. The 23-year-old has bolstered his reputation with a series of loans, most recently to Union Berlin, Bundesliga side. Championship trio Fulham, Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion are said to be interested.
Loris Karius (£ 3million)
There is no long-term future at Liverpool for the German goalkeeper, who barely played for Union Berlin in a recent frustrating loan spell. Entering the final year of his contract with the Reds, a permanent return to his homeland seems the most likely outcome.