Riyad Mahrez is supposedly one of the potential Coutinho replacements on Liverpool's radar.
Van Dijk completed a £75 million transfer to Liverpool at the beginning of the window.
"He's letting Can leave at the end of the season - he doesn't fancy him, obviously, or he wants to leave, whatever".
Keita will officially become a Liverpool player on July 1st, after they agreed a £55m deal with Leipzig last summer.
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Thomas Lemar has been rumoured to be swapping Monaco for Merseyside ever since the start of last summer, and as sure as the sky is blue and water is wet, reports of a move have only increased in volume in the wake of Coutinho's exit.
The German club is determined to retain him as they seek to qualify for next year's Champions League, but Liverpool would be willing to pay more again to get him this month.
Indeed, Monaco have already insisted that the France global, who is also thought to be a target for Arsenal, would not be leaving the club in January.
While Jurgen Klopp is in the market for a new attacking option to replace Philippe Coutinho, it is thought that Mahrez would cost well more than the £49 million being reported, and Liverpool are not interested in the Algerian in any case.
Of course, that was before he sold Coutinho and his circumstances have definitely changed...
Keita has scored five goals for Leipzig, and assisted another, in all competitions so far this season, but it is his disciplinary record side has Rolfes anxious. "However, they had apparently not given as much gas as Liverpool".
China May Stop Buying US Treasuries
High profile bond investor Bill Gross of Janus Henderson Group also said on Twitter on Tuesday that bonds are in a bear market. A top Treasury official signaled confidence in the USA government debt market, which at $14.5 trillion is the world's largest.
Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Furthers Succession Plan
Buffett said the moves represent "a movement to succession over time" but declined to give further specifics on that timing. Abel has been named vice chair of non-insurance operations, and Jain vice chair of insurance operations.
SanDisk reveals the world's smallest 1TB USB-C flash drive
The other world's smallest USB flash drive - the 256GB SanDisk Ultra Fit USB 3.1 Flash Drive has also been unveiled at CES 2018 . It comes in the same capacity options, priced at $99.99 for 250GB, $169.99 for 500GB, $349.99 for 1TB, and $699.99 for 2TB.