Liverpool and FSG release official statement on the future of Philippe Coutinho

Liverpool and FSG release official statement on the future of Philippe Coutinho

The Premier League club released a statement on Friday which appeared to categorically rule out the Brazilian leaving Anfield despite reported interest from Barcelona.

Jürgen Klopp has admitted that "no player is not for sale" in the current market following Neymar's £200m move to Paris Saint-Germain but is adamant Liverpool "are not a selling club".

But both clubs seem to be on an upward trajectory, on the pitch and off it.

Reds fans will just have to hope it doesn't come back to bit them as hard as it has Pique.

Everton's chequebook is well and truly open - their business in the summer transfer window is proof of that.

How could Liverpool line up next season? Instead, they've had the tables turned as they must mitigate pressure from Barcelona, perhaps one of the two most appealing clubs in the world, who are in pursuit of talisman Philippe Coutinho.

Asked if he had to take special measures to keep Coutinho happy, Klopp said: "I can't always keep people or players happy".

Kick-off the Premier League and only pay for the games that matter to you with a NOW TV Sky Sports Day Pass. So if Moreno is sold he would need to be replaced, but finding someone who would be happy with the bit part role he occupies might be tricky.

Coutinho might yet make it for Watford but even if he has recovered in time he may be held back for the trip to Hoffenheim anyway, given the vital importance of that two-legged Champions League qualifier.

Meanwhile, Juventus will make a move for German global Emre Can who plays for Liverpool.

And Pochettino, who is yet to sign a new player this summer, will be desperate not to lose his midfielder who has become one of the club's top performers in recent seasons.

But Robertson is unlikely to be a game changer, while Salah's last taste of the Premier League with Chelsea was utterly forgettable.

Record-signing Mohamed Salah could be unleashed by Jurgen Klopp after the Egyptian was brought in from Roma.

The club attracts the likes of Klopp (and Rafa Benitez before him) because guiding Liverpool to greatness once more would result in innumerable accolades.

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