The deadline day of the transfer window is often the busiest day of the summer for most clubs in Europe and it has been no different this season in England.
Clubs from around the country have made a number of signings and have been linked with a move for a number of players ahead of a move before the deadline.
One such club which has been busy all summer is Jurgen Klopp’s Anfield outfit Liverpool.
The Reds are off to a decent start to their league campaign after the manager added a number of star players to the squad to help him in his adventure in the country.
He has strengthened the squad barring a couple of loopholes and is still in the market for value additions.
However, Klopp has been busier trying to get rid of players who do not fit the bill at the club and one such player who has been repeatedly linked with a move away from the club is French international Mamadou Sakho.
The 26-year old will be devastated with the turn of events in the last 4 months that saw him lose his place for the club and the country thanks to a wrong drug charge that was laid on him by WADA.
However, after he was cleared of the charges, Sakho picked up an injury, was late for training sessions and also for a tour that saw the manager summon him back to Melwood even before the start of the pre-season.
Ever since it was suggested the Klopp has asked the defender to find a club and that he has no place in the squad this season.
This has seen a number of clubs linked with a move for the French international including the likes of Sunderland and also PSG who are interested in a loan move for the player.
However, reports today have suggested that Sakho has rejected another couple of Premier League clubs in Stoke and West Brom and is now risking a stay at Anfield inspite of Klopp’s ultimatum that he will not get much game time.
It is understood that the 26-year old is back training at Melwood and was spotted earlier today in a session involving the manager which is understood to be evidence that he will stay at the club even after deadline day.
However, stranger things have happened on the deadline day and Sakho may still be on the move. Should Liverpool sell Sakho this summer?