Liverpool suffered yet another humiliating defeat on the road as they were beaten 3-0 at Wolves on Saturday.
A Joel Matip own-goal, Craig Dawson's strike and Ruben Neves' second-half finish succumbed the Reds to a thumping defeat at Molineux as they stretched their winless run to four matches in the Premier League. The result also leaves Liverpool in 10th, 11 points behind the Champions League places with 18 matches to go.
Jurgen Klopp blasted his team in his post-match press conference, while Alisson also hit out at his side for how they defended throughout the defeat in the West Midlands. This latest defeat was also the first time they have lost three league away matches in a row since 2012.
Although the transfer window is now shut, the Reds continue to be linked with a number of players including Borussia Monchengladbach man Marcus Thuram, who is attracting interest from across Europe. Here is the latest news coming out of Anfield.
Liverpool in Thuram race
Liverpool have entered the race to sign Marcus Thuram alongside a whole host of European clubs for his signature, according to AS.
The Frenchman is increasingly likely to become a free agent in the summer and will be available to move on to whoever he would like granted he has more than one option. At this rate, it seems like that will be the case, with the Reds, Tottenham, Arsenal, Newcastle and Atletico Madrid also keen on the attacker.
Borussia Monchengladbach will try and convince Thuram to sign a new contract, however, as per Sky Germany. He has scored an impressive 13 goals in 19 matches for the German club this season.
Chelsea and Manchester United were both interested in Thuram as the duo tried to get a forward over the line in January, but both decided to go down different routes. The Blues signed Joao Felix, David Fofana and Mykhaylo Mudryk as attacking options, while United made the switch for Wout Weghorst.
Klopp slams his Liverpool players
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp refused to make excuses after his team dropped more Premier League points with a comprehensive defeat away to Wolves.
"Obviously it was a horrible start," Klopp told Premier League productions. "Two goals which cannot happen like that. But it happened and we were 2-0 down because of our own fault.
"We should have defended better. We were passive in that period. I cannot explain it. There is no excuse for it.
"You're 2-0 down, the crowd is there but it opens up and we get some control. Then for about 45 minutes we play a good away game without scoring. That sums it up pretty much."
Alisson on Liverpool's "wake up" call
Alisson has admitted that Liverpool need to "wake up" and show more "fight" after they suffered a humiliating 3-0 defeat at Wolves on Saturday afternoon.
Alisson said: "Sometimes in football you make mistakes and you get punished. We did that again and again. Two mistakes, two goals at the beginning of the game. We are making things hard for ourselves. After that we did a great second half. We could have done better on the third goal but it is a good moment from the opponent.
"I don't know what we need to happen to us to wake up. We come here, say we have to believe in ourselves but we don't act like that on the pitch or deserve that. Again, we have to put this behind us and take strength from ourselves and families to bounce back.
"I think everyone believes they are capable of doing these things it is that you have to fight for that. A game of 90+ minutes you have to do it consistently for the whole game. We showed today you can get punished for 15 minutes and that's what happened to us. We have the same players who achieved so many great things at this club and we are not performing well. It's difficult to say why.
"I'm not saying I don't trust we can't bounce back. I'm just so disappointed about tonight's game. We have to keep working."