Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has stressed there will be no transfers in or out the club before the window closes.
Despite the Reds being linked with a host of players over the last few weeks the Scot, who had previously intimated he did not expect much activity, said there was no business being done.
"There is no-one going in or out of the club before the transfer window [closes]," he said.
"There is nothing happening here."
"I don't read the papers so I don't know [about speculation]. "We have covered what we have to say. We don't need to justify what people are speculating about do we."
Dalglish said the only activity taking place was the on-going recruitment of young players, with Wrexham teenage goalkeeper Danny Ward set to move into Liverpool's youth set-up.
The Wales Under-19 international reportedly underwent a medical on Sunday and is set to join for a fee in the region of £100,000 with further payments possible should the 18-year-old make the grade.
Dalglish confirmed as much when re-iterated his statement that there would be no additions to the senior squad, adding: "apart from a young goalkeeper from Wrexham and that is the academy.
"Here at Melwood there will be no-one moving in or out."