With the mid-season transfer window about to open in the next 24 hours, there will be plenty of speculation about who may be arriving or departing the club during the month of January.
While top clubs tend to shy away from purchases during this time as transfer fees are greatly inflated, for teams who have purely got survival on their minds, a signing or two could make all the difference.
Cardiff manager Neil Warnock is one manager who has made his interest known in one of our players, that being Nathaniel Clyne.
Once seen as ' Mr Consistent' the English international has become one of the forgotten men of the Liverpool line-up in the last two seasons for a number of reasons.
The emergence of Joe Gomez and Trent-Alexander-Arnold as regulars in the back four, combined with a number of long term injuries to Clyne which in turn led to a lack of confidence on his return, has seen the 27 year-old on the outside looking in.
To his great credit and undoubted professionalism when called upon in a time of need, the right-back performed to a high standard in the clash against Man United with both Alexander-Arnold and Gomez sidelined by injury.
The wily Warnock had sensed a real possibility to sign Clyne, but speaking to Sky Sports says that he doesn't know where things currently stand.
"We spoke about Clyne months ago, but then he got back into the Liverpool team against Manchester United, then they had a few injuries, so things change.
"But honestly, we've got nothing set for any position at the moment, I'm hoping that changes this week."
"We've got nine or 10 concrete enquiries in at the moment, obviously we're not going to sign them all.
"People might think, 'I don't want to go to a team at the bottom of the table' but it's difficult to bring players in"
A player like Clyne who has made just 10 senior appearances in the last 18 months would naturally be desperate to get some sustained senior football under his belt.
But as we had recently seen, a couple of injuries can happen in a instant and change the whole scenario.
As a team who is on a quest to win the Premier League, you normally would only let players go at this time of the season who need more senior experience (e.g. Dom Solanke).
A seasoned pro like Clyne can certainly play a role, and unless he knocks on Jurgen Klopp's door desperate to leave the club, it would be doubtful that the German would let him go during this window.