The future of football has never been more uncertain due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Will this season be extended so it can conclude, or will Liverpool be handed the title now based on their current position in the Premier League, with Bournemouth, Aston Villa and Norwich relegated?
Or, simply, will the campaign be scrapped and all results expunged?
There is much uncertainty surrounding the summer transfer window too, as the current campaign may be played long into June and July, perhaps even August.
For some fun, Mirror Sport has decided to simulate the summer transfer window in Football Manager 2020 to see how things could pan out, according to the game.
And we have to say, there are some interesting results.
Virtual Jurgen Klopp made a total of four signings at Liverpool, according to out FM20 save, splashing out £65.25million in total.
The first man through the door is in interesting one: Raphael Guerreiro.
The Dortmund left-back was snapped up for £48.5million on the game and has been signed to provide cover for Andy Robertson.
The signing is intriguing as Guerreiro has been linked with a move to Liverpool in real life. But whether Klopp would part with such a large figure for a back-up player remains to be seen.
The second player through the door is again very much in Klopp's image: Yacine Adli.
The 19-year-old, who currently plays at Bordeaux, is an exciting young prospect and has, in the real world, been linked with a move to Arsenal.
He was snapped up for just £2.5million, which would be right up Klopp's street.
The third player through the doors of virtual Anfield is an interesting one, but perhaps not for the same reasons as Guerreiro: Viktor Fischer.
The Dane has previously featured in the Premier League with Middlesbrough, who signed him from Ajax back in 2016.
After a season he was sold to Mainz before finally returning to Denmark to represent Copenhagen. In the game, Fischer was signed for £8.5million, to play a back-up role.
The final player signed by virtual Klopp on our Football Manager save is Andre Horta.
The Portuguese is another back-up option, snapped up for £5.25million, but a 23-year-old with bags of potential.
Horta plays attacking midfield and has similar attributes to Takumi Minamino, given he's great at running with the ball at his feet.
Real-world reports have recently linked Liverpool with 'missing puzzle piece' Diego Carlos, but virtual Klopp finds no need for another centre-back, signing a left-back, a winger and two central midfielders.
Despite splashing out £65.25million on back-up players, virtual Klopp doesn't really balance the books in our simulation, recouping just £3.6million.
The German does however organise loan moves for a number of young players, where they will hopefully develop their careers before returning to Anfield.
The most notable players to leave on loan are Ki-Jana Hoever, who links up with Shrewsbury, Sepp van den Berg, who joins Coventry, Ben Woodburn, who temporarily signs for Perguia and Marko Grujic, who is sent to Napoli for the season.
The most notable players to leave permanently include Ovie Ejaria, who is snapped up by Reading for £3million and Nathan Phillips, who joins Sunderland for £450,000.
In total 18 players leave Liverpool either permanently or on loan.