Barca, who sold Neymar to Paris St Germain last week for a world-record £200.6m, made their offer on Wednesday having already had a £72m bid for Coutinho turned down in July.
"The board want him to stay, this is not a situation where Liverpool need money or to cash in", Liverpool great Steven Gerrard, the club under-18 coach, said this week about the Coutinho situation. However, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp says it is too close to the season and the end of the transfer window to sell. I just work with the him, then I must accept it.
"It's always been his dream to play for Barcelona, and the kid is panicking thinking he will not get his move if he doesn't go now". "Of course we knew it before but after this game we have a lot of things to do", Klopp added. Insigne looks like the flawless Klopp type of player and he could be ideal for the pace and physicality of the Premier League. It's the first game of the season and we're going to try to work hard for the next games. So how it change something for me?
"I think Jurgen Klopp's got it under control, I think FSG have got it under control, and they're the key", he explained.
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Watford began the encounter impressive by giving the Reds flurry of attacks before a defensive gaffe gave them the first goal in the 8th minutes through Stefano Okaka.
"You have to ask the club".
However, with Napoli playing Nice and Liverpool playing Huddersfield in the Champions League qualification third round matches, any deal for both Coutinho and Insigne is only expected to be completed after those two legs.
The visitors then took the lead two minutes later as Salah bagged his first Liverpool goal by poking into an empty net.
"I had no time to think about it today because that's how it is with all other players who are not available", Klopp said of the situation surrounding the Brazilian.