Maddock noted the Catalan giants have quietly held talks with the Merseyside outfit through intermediaries to "open a negotiating process that has avoided the bullying and bluster of last summer", an approach that seems to have paid off, with the Reds potentially set to let him move on.
When asked if he might have to consider finding a replacement for Coutinho, Klopp said: "What ever you consider is not my cup of tea".
Women dominated the United States box office in 2017
In case you hadn't noticed a trend yet, Rogue One was also North America's number one movie in ticket sales past year . And just like that, despite its polarized reception, " Star Wars: The Last Jedi " became the biggest film of 2017.
Liverpool must take care to ensure they make the right decisions to ensure a strong second half to their campaign.
Another newspaper, Mundo Deportivo, said Liverpool were demanding 160 million euros for 25-year-old Coutinho, but that the sum would be made up of the transfer fee and other "variables".
Winger Martins has enjoyed an impressive season for Sporting and club president Bruno de Carvalho is looking to raise his release clause from €60m to €100m.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has refused to be drawn on the Philippe Coutinho Barcelona situation, with the January transfer window now officially open.
Ex-Georgian president criticizes Georgian court's jail sentence on him
In Ukraine, he faces investigation on charges of "aiding members of criminal groups and covering up their criminal activity". Currently, Saakashvili serves as a leader of the Ukrainian oppositional political party "Movement of New Forces".
According to the Spanish outlet, the former Madrid striker has sent a firm warning to his old club that the Brazilian would be a ideal fit for their rivals, and that Barcelona landing him would lead to improved performances for both Luis Suárez and Lionel Messi.
Algeria worldwide Mahrez has now emerged as an alternative option for the Anfield outfit and reports claim they have already made contact with Leicester.
Manchester City star David Silva may miss more games, confirms Pep Guardiola
City will no doubt miss Silva in each match that he's absent but everyone is wishing him and his family all the best. The coach said: "You can see how essential David is to us, but I don't know how long he will be here".