Barcelona Aggressive, Klopp Confirm Liverpool Stars Are Not For Sale

Barcelona Aggressive, Klopp Confirm Liverpool Stars Are Not For Sale

Jurgen Klopp insists Philippe Coutinho is very comfortable with his career at Anfield, after reports of Barcelona’s interest in the Liverpool star.

Coutinho’s future speculation is starting to be a warm conversation again. Latest The Reds firmly rejected Barcelona’s proposed bid of 72 pounds to recruit the Brazilian playmaker.

As if not yet surrender, Blaugrana reportedly ready to submit a second bid of 80 million pounds. That’s what they hope can melt the management giant Merseyside to sell its star player.

In fact it was clear that Liverpool did not intend to sell Coutinho, who is one of his key players at the moment. The assertion was made by architect Jurgen Klopp, who did not want one of his best players to leave.

Moreover, Klopp revealed that the Liverpool star is happy with his life on Merseyside, and is ready to become a bigger player in the upcoming season.

“Everyone knows that Phil Coutinho is a key player for us, no doubt,” said the German manager.

“I know he feels very much better now, comfortable or whatever it is, can be in Liverpool. He loves this club, he loves his city and it’s all clear, ”

“It was seen in his game as he showed tonight (vs Leicester City). He’s very good even in a tough pre-season moment after all the training sessions, and that’s great to see and show great potential in him. ”

Klopp indicated that he wanted Cou to survive, not management or anyone else.

“I can say he is not for sale, he is not for sale! There are many other things to say. This is my decision. So that’s it, ”

“We’ve come to a very important moment and we want to get better. For this we have to keep our key players. So that’s the answer, ”

“I can say 20 times, he is not sold. If you ask another question and I say there is no guarantee, you make the story another way. No story for me, ”

“Whatever happens from their club, I say he is not for sale. You can say whatever you want. The answer is ‘not for sale!’ Klopp closed. (Source: This Is Anfield)

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