It's become a rather 'sad' narrative in modern football that those clubs that suffer relegation from the Premier League, will inevitably be picked apart and have their best players snapped off them.
The drop-off in revenue between the top-flight and the Championship makes such sales inevitable, with the repeated trend already taking place this summer.
Bournemouth have no doubt been the worst off - not only have they lost their long-serving manager and legendary figure in Eddie Howe, but Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser have also departed. Both figures were integral to their five-year stay in the Premier League.
Josh King also looks destined to leave and another name that we could be adding to this list is Harry Wilson. Of course, the midfielder was only at the club on loan, but the 23-year-old would likely have stayed on, should relegation had been avoided.
With there being no real openings in Liverpool's squad, Wilson looks set for a fourth loan spell away from the club, or a permanent exit altogether. We've had a look into his next club odds below and yes, loan deals do count in this market.