12 Agosto, 2017
That's how life is.
Klopp's system is built on lungs and legs that pack the power to blow the wind out of the oppositions' sails.
Klopp expressed his sentiments to UK outlets that Coutinho will stay at Anfield because he is part of his plan this season with the club keen to navigate a tricky Champions League playoff round tie with German club Hoffenheim.
Barcelona offered GBP72 million for the player in its first bid, which was rejected.
The Reds have already failed to secure their two primary targets in the transfer window, Naby Keita and Virgil van Dijk.
Stadium upgrades are not solely restricted to the red half of the city, either.
We also advised our followers not to dismiss the claims that Sky Sports News published today in relation to the transfer request (as we know who their source was).
"From a financial standpoint, there is no price limit to let him go".
While the statement is short, it certainly gets its point across.
"I love Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp and his personality". Liverpool's pursuit of Naby Keita is evidence of the same.
Speaking on BT Sport before the Community Shield, Lampard said: "I don't think so [Liverpool will finish in the top four]". The players are in a good mood, attitude in all the training sessions really good. The quality promised has not been delivered.
Friday was an eventful dayon Merseyside, Coutinho was ruled out of their Premier League opener with a back injury, then the club owners released a statement saying he would not be sold at any price.
But his time away from Liverpool was always temporary. "They've spent a lot of money as well and there's a lot of pressure on them this year so hopefully we can catch them cold, first game". Selling his best mate might not be especially wise then, especially with Lucas Leiva having just departed too.
Liverpool have denied reports that Philippe Coutinho has handed in a transfer request.