The multi-million dollar question - who should Liverpool buy to replace Coutinho?

The multi-million dollar question - who should Liverpool buy to replace Coutinho?

The multi-million dollar question - who should Liverpool buy to replace Coutinho?

The Reds finally sold Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona for £145 million last week, but while looking for the Brazilian's replacement, clubs now know exactly how much money they have.

Klopp has vast experience of losing key players during his managerial career, having seen the likes of Mario Gotze, Robert Lewandowski and Nuri Sahin leave Borussia Dortmund during his seven years in charge there.

Roberto is known for his flexibility and is fit for playing in the two positions which is something that Klopp is searching for.

"It's good for him".

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"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? But it was clear there was no chance".

"Could we use him still? You have to move on though and Liverpool will always be Liverpool". And although it would be easy to say that money accounts for Keita and Van Dijk buys, Klopp is only looking ahead.

"You miss a person and if you don't miss them then something would have been wrong in the time you were together".

"If the club said after the first call "good idea, we wanted to call you actually because we don't want to have him" then it would be different", he told reporters on Friday.

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Jamie Carragher believes Liverpool's decision to sell Philippe Coutinho represents a huge gamble - and admits he can't understand the move.

While he acknowledged that it is "not too cool" that Coutinho has left, he says it is "not a real problem at all" because they will "bring in other players that's for sure", adding: "If we do it in this [January] window?"

Last week, we covered a report via Bein Sports France claiming that Liverpool are close to signing the Algerian worldwide. "I just want him to be one of the best players in the world and to enjoy what he can do".

"If we struggle in the next few games, it isn't because Coutinho isn't here anymore, it is because of the team".

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Coutinho, who joined Liverpool in January 2013, scored 41 goals in 152 Premier League appearances, including seven in 14 matches this season.

"I don't know if you can compare - we lost plenty at Dortmund!" "We will see. Until 31 January there are a lot of things that can happen in the transfer window, not only with Daniel". He is a player of Leipzig, that's what I know and will be here in the summer, that's what I know as well.

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