Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp 'Gives in' to Philippe Coutinho's Transfer Demands

And despite Jurgen Klopp insisting Liverpool are not a selling club during the summer

And despite Jurgen Klopp insisting Liverpool are not a selling club during the summer

But Liverpool is now prepared to sell the 25-year-old to the La Liga leader when the transfer window reopens at the beginning of the new year, according to Mundo Deportivo.

Barca reportedly view Denmark global Eriksen as an alternative target to Liverpool's Philippe Coutinho, Sport added.

The Barcelona-based newspaper claims Robert Fernandez made a personal visit to watch Coutinho against Tottenham, days after the same outlet reported that the Brazilian's agent was due to meet Liverpool representatives this week to open talks about a January transfer.

As we head towards the January transfer window opening, although it is still a fair way off, speculation relating to Barcelona making another move for Philippe Coutinho refuses to abate. We will see. We do not talk about things like this.

"I've no clue. We will see".

Klopp added that at this moment there is no reason that the club should have this debate."In this moment, the 100 per cent truth is that nobody thinks about this".

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Coutinho is hoping his Anfield exit is goes smoothly as he agreed to knuckle down and show his commitment to Jurgen Klopp while still on Merseyside. It is not important in the moment.

He said that it "would not make sense" in both cases of the club and the player but refused to fully dismiss the suggestions: "No there is no agreement, yes there is an agreement".

"We, as a club, have to give everything until the players give me a sign that they are somewhere else", Klopp said of Can.

He declared that in his squad "nobody thinks about January" or "about June or July" and that "everyone wants to now be part of this".

"In general, as a club, we have to create a situation in which players want to be part of everything they have. We have other moments when we have to talk about these things, but not in October".

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