Fresh Mbappe updates, Ojo to exit & more: Liverpool's latest transfer round-up with probability ratings

Fresh Mbappe updates, Ojo to exit & more: Liverpool's latest transfer round-up with probability ratings
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The last week of the transfer window is here and while the links to several players have persisted, it's the outgoings that have taken the headlines.

Liverpool have successfully offloaded Xherdan Shaqiri and Ben Woodburn with a couple of players still possible to leave.

There are also some links to incomings, so here's a look at Tribuna.com's latest transfer round-up with probability ratings.

INs

The French superstar has always been liked with Liverpool but now a move away seems to be on the cards as he's reportedly after a change.

According to RMC Sport, an English club is interested in Mbappe and even though Real Madrid are in front of the line, a slim possibility exists that it could be the Reds.

Probability rating: 1/10

Another name fans have seen over quite a few windows, Sevilla's Lucas Ocampos is again on the radar for a surprise swoop, according to Fichajes.

It is reported that with Shaqiri gone, a backup attacker could be on the cards and Ocampos is supposedly that man.

Probability rating: 1/10

Erling Haaland could be setting up for a January move away from Dortmund, according to Marca and Liverpool reportedly have interest.

However, with Fabrizio Romano reporting that the Norwegian is looking for nearly 50m a year in wages, this is another move that's unlikely.

Probability rating: 1/10

Saul Niguez

Saul Niguez has been named the main Gini Wijnaldum replacement target throughout the window and now, he is supposedly ready for a Premier League move.

While Chelsea and Man United also reportedly have great interest, Liverpool could swoop in and bring him to Anfield.

Probability rating: 2/10

OUTs

According to Goal's Neil Jones, Sheyi Ojo is drawing interest from clubs in Belgium and Greece for a move.

Already 24, he is unlikely to break in at Liverpool anymore and if the Reds can get the reported 5 million they want, will likely be gone in the next week.

Probability rating: 8/10

Karius is another that has almost no future with Liverpool but has failed to find any suitors interested enough to make a bid for him.

The goalkeeper should absolutely be gone, at least on loan, by the end of the window, although where he goes remains to be seen.

Probability rating: 7/10

Perhaps the last of the fringe players Liverpool can truly make a profit from, Origi has been linked to the likes of Wolves and Crystal Palace.

However, with the Africa Cup of Nations to think about and no likely incoming attackers, it seems that Origi might stay for a season more after all.

Probability rating: 4/10

Liverpool's hero of last season is yet to find a club that will take him despite reported interest from Brighton and Burnley.

Finding himself 5th choice at the club, James Pearce suggests Phillips will leave but the possibility is dwindling further by the day.

Probability rating: 3/10

Source: Tribuna.com