Two former Liverpool players are making moves.
Barcelona have announced that Argentina international Javier Mascherano “an institutional farewell on Wednesday at 11am” on their website.
The thirty-three year old left Anfield for the Camp Nou back in the Summer of 2010 shortly after the arrival of Roy Hodgson – who replaced Rafa Benitez as manager.
Mascherano is not expected to be making a return to Anfield, which is unlikely to disappoint several supporters after the manner of his exit.
Meanwhile, former Liverpool striker David N’Gog has made a surprise switch to Scottish club Ross County on a deal until the end of the season.
The Frenchman recently departed Greek club Panionios and is available on a free transfer – and he will be reunited with an old boss.
Owen Coyle is the current Staggies boss and he was the man in charge at Bolton Wanderers when they spent £4m on the forward back in 2011 – and he is pleased to get the deal done.
“I am all too familiar with his qualities and I think he will be an excellent addition to our attacking options.” Coyle told the Ross County website.