With the amount of rumours swirling around at this time of year, even after the winter transfer window, it is sometimes difficult to decipher the truth.
These are matters of importance.
As the transfer talk is now directed at the all-important summer market, there are enormous amounts of speculation swirling around Europe and the UK.
Not to worry however, because here at Tribalfootball, we have broken down the week's hottest transfer rumours, and inform you whether you should believe the paper talk or not.
Here are our top five trending transfer stories for the past week:
The Telegraphreports that the investment has been made available after the club secured Champions League qualification on the last day of the season.
Saints centre-back van Dijk is arguably the most sought after player in the Premier League, and it will take Liverpool to break their £35m transfer fee record to get him.
Southampton are reportedly looking for £50m for the Dutchman, and with Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea all reportedly interested, Klopp may have to blow half of his war chest to get the 25-year old.
It would be very surprising too see Arsenal let the Ox head north this summer, especially with his recent form playing in the wing-back position.
18-year old Pulisic had an incredible breakout season with Dortmund, accumulating 5 goals and 12 assists in 42 matches. It would surely cost Liverpool a hefty sum for Borussia to part ways with the American wonder kid.
Overall, Klopp will definitely have the funds to be an active player this summer. The competition may have ended on the pitch for the moment, but as we'll read below, for Liverpool their biggest fight will be off the pitch as they go head to head with their rivals for the signatures of the aforementioned players.
Likelihood: They won't get them all
Kylian Mbappe: Monaco
The principality club has deemed the amount of compensation insufficient and will hold out for no less than €100m.
If we are accepting that FSG are going to hand Jurgen Klopp over €100 million for the transfer window, it's hard to imagine that the German will spend the whole, or majority, of his kitty on one single player – no matter how good Mbappe may be.
Likelihood: It's too much
Isco – Real Madrid
Clubs Interested In: Barcelona
The Spaniard could become the new Luis Figo, but in reverse, according to Don Balon.
And now, Barcelona is reportedly looking to table an offer for the Spain international to move to Catalonia.
Isco has had somewhat of resurgence this season under Zinedine Zidane, scoring 10 goals in 30 appearances.
Regardless of the potential conflict that may arise out of this deal of this deal between the players, it is even more unlikely to happen due to the rivalry that exists between the two clubs.
Likelihood: Not going to happen
Jose Mourinho – Manchester United
Don Balonclaims the deal for Rodriguez is all but wrapped up, and now the Portuguese has turned his attention to Dybala.
The 23-year old has lit it up for the Old Lady, scoring 28 Serie A goals since moving to Turin in 2015.
Rodriguez does look set to leave the Bernabeu and all signs are pointing towards Manchester.
Likelihood: Colombia maybe, Argentina no
Clubs Interested In: Liverpool
The 35-year old was the stalwart at Real Madrid for 16 years before moving to Portugal in 2015.
The Spainard will be out of contract in a month's time and the report suggests he has made his next stop Anfield.
The Reds manager has insisted he does not need a new goalkeeper, with Loris Kaunus and Simon Mignolet sharing the duties last season, with the latter having performed exceptionally in the late stages of the season.
Likelihood: The love isn't mutual