Klopp: Coutinho money will go back into Liverpool team

Klopp: Coutinho money will go back into Liverpool team”

It's a pretty easy answer.

Ireland manager Martin ONeill, who has not managed in the Premier League since 2013, is the bookmakers favourite to replace Hughes, but whoever gets the job faces an enormous task to avoid relegation with an ageing team that contains an alarming lack of pace.

"But we tried everything".

"It was just clear after we spoke that it would not work out", said Klopp. "I knew there would be that process". Do I think I can use him still and help us? But we have to make the best of it and we have fantastic players here. His creativity and skill are too hard to find but Lanzini is not too far behind.

"When we lose the ball in dangerous positions we have to control Salah and Mane because they are so fast, so quick and so clever in the box". He might have reacted slowly at times in the market but has always picked up his preferred options rather than some compromised signings. He had fantastic games and fantastic sessions, but that's over now. We played good without him and not that good without him.

'No matter how much I hear about boyhood dreams; efforts to convince him to stay; and how much family, representatives, or even sponsors pushed for it, why this month? It's business as usual. "They want to decide their own mistakes, and their strong points".

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge is keen to join Inter on loan for the rest of the season, reports Tuttosport.

Liverpool have - at least - spared a thought for their fans, and confirmed that any one who invested in a Coutinho shirt this season will receive a £50 voucher to compensate them following his exit.

While Coutinho was arguably Liverpool's most talented individual despite Salah's form and the importance of the likes of Mané and Roberto Firmino, Klopp believes they can cope without the creative midfielder.

"You know I'm not a manager who counts all the money and goes to the owners and say we need this".

The two teams with the longest names in the Premier League are set to do battle in what is likely to prove a dreary encounter. He was five years here and was here since I came in.

After months of speculation, the 25-year-old Brazilian joined the Spanish club for 140 million pounds ($190 million) in what he described as his "dream move".

Until now Leicester have remained adamant that they will not sell arguably their best player, who handed in a transfer request last summer. That's how it is. It is all about the atmosphere in the club.

Meanwhile, a second adjustment could see Lallana chosen ahead of Oxlade-Chamberlain to provide the ammunition for the front three to hopefully fire the Reds to victory.

"If nothing happens in this moment, Mo is back, he is training completely normally", confirmed Klopp.

'I'd be surprised if they replaced him [Coutinho] in this window, ' Shearer told bookmaker Coral.

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