What Liverpool have said to Barcelona amid latest Philippe Coutinho rumours

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They rejected three bids - the last of which was £114m - and would make it clear to Barcelona they would not welcome any more interest that could prove unsettling for the 25-year-old.

"But it is important to adjust ourselves, so if there have to be arrivals there must be exits as well".

Nevertheless, the timing of Grau's comments will not please Jurgen Klopp as he looks for his players to refocus after the worldwide break with a huge match against Manchester United on the horizon on Saturday.

The Reds managed to keep their Brazil worldwide at Anfield beyond the summer transfer window despite Barcelona's numerous attempts to sign the number 10. Of the money, there are, " said the club's executive director Oscar Grau during the presentation of the statement of financial position for the season 2016-2017 closed with 708 million euros of turnover.


Barca experienced a tumultuous time during the summer transfer market, losing Coutinho's compatriot Neymar to Paris Saint-Germain for a world record 222 million euros, and bringing in Ousmane Dembele from Borussia Dortmund for 105 million euros.

'We must forget about the price paid for Neymar last summer.

Will Philippe Coutinho sign for Barcelona in the January transfer window? And speaking in a press conference (via Goal), Grau revealed that players would have to be sold to fund the move.

However, Mundo Deportivo reported on Wednesday that Coutinho has an agreement with Liverpool that will allow him to leave Anfield in the winter window.

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