Liverpool will still be reeling from their dramatic 4-3 defeat to Bournemouth on Sunday.
The Reds somehow threw away a 3-1 lead with just a quarter of an hour to go, and while it was feared they would miss star man Philippe Coutinho, their problems were all in the defence, not their typically energetic attack.
If Jurgen Klopp needed cheering up after the game, however, he could have looked to Adam Lallana, who has just pledged his allegiance to the club.
Rumour had it that Paris Saint-Germain were plotting a £40million swoop for the England star, who has just returned from injury, but it doesn’t seem he has any intention of leaving Anfield.
That’s according to the Sun, who are reporting that the French champions were willing to pay Lallana £200,000-a-week to move to Ligue 1 to address their lack of creativity in midfield.
“I love it here at the minute, especially since the manager has come in,” Lallana said.
“We have each other’s trust and you don’t always get that at clubs. The thought of leaving Liverpool has never entered my mind.
The 28-year-old admitted he was flattered by the links, but added:
“It’s a great compliment to be spoken of in the same breath as a club like PSG with those sorts of numbers.
“But I’m absolutely loving my football at the minute under this boss and I can only see myself being here for the long term.”