Warns Barcelona, Klopp Confirms Once More Liverpool Stars Are Not For Sale
Jurgen Klopp insists once again that Liverpool will not sell Philippe Coutinho this summer, where rumors are circulating Barcelona increasingly aggressive approach Agen Judi Poker.
Coutinho’s future becomes a hot conversation in the transfer market this time. Even according to recent reports say that the Brazilian playmaker had asked the Reds management to sell it to Barcelona. However it is still a rumor, and there has been no official statement related to it.
Still a matter of breaking Cou’s career at Anfield, news spread that his close friend Neymar was trying to persuade Coutinho to get out of Liverpool. But the Barcelona winger was even invited his friend was moved with him to PSG.
Klopp needs Coutinho in the Champions League
Hearing the increasingly chilling rumors, Klopp reiterated once again that Liverpool did not intend to sell his key players. This statement is treated to anyone, so it is clear that Coutinho will be defended by the Reds.
“He (Coutinho) will not be sold. There is no other interpretation of it, “Klopp said in a press conference ahead of the Audi Cup tournament in Germany.
Something to take into consideration is that Liverpool are currently building their squad, in order to smooth their plans to end the fasting title that has been going on for so long. Maintaining the existing squad into the main goal of the Reds in the transfer market this time.
“Yes, we will play in the Champions League this season. We will not start the season without having an ambition. We have a goal. ”
It is clearly proven indeed, the role of Coutiho is vital in the game of Liverpool. So it would be a huge loss if this happened.
His magical game he has shown in the Reds’ pre-season games so far, where Cou plays very nicely as they bulldoze Leicester City and latest Hertha Berlin. Tactical understanding of the game with new recruits Mohamed Salah has been seen, this could be a weapon Liverpool to appear kicked off 2017-18 season which will begin on 12 August. (Source: BBC Sport)