Liverpool reportedly looking to bring big-money star in January

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Liverpool refused to release him in August unless the Spanish club paid 200 million euros (then $237 million).

"So he will play at the weekend against Schalke".

"But that doesn't matter at all actually because we've got Salah, ah Mane Mane and Bobby Firmino but we sold Coutinho".

A deal is already in place to take Naby Keita to Anfield next season, but Jurgen Klopp is said to be keen to add the Guinean worldwide to his side ahead of schedule.

Shortly after putting pen to paper for Spanish football giants FC Barcelona, Philippe Coutinho used his Instagram page to post a farewell message to Liverpool and their supporters.

Van Dijk joined Liverpool at the start of the January transfer window for £75million.

Although far from a like-for-like player, acquiring Keita before this window closes would make up for the loss of a wonderful footballer.

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The Reds are now preparing for their crunch Premier League clash against Manchester City at The Etihad on Sunday.

"Moving to Liverpool, I knew the club's greatness and history but what I did learn during my time was the unique heart and soul of the place. That's the only thing I'm interested in".

However, Klopp now has great problems after the departure of Philippe Coutinho, as Liverpool are struggling to find a suitable replacement.

"Of course it's an opportunity for me, just as it is for all the rest of the boys who want to play there, " he added.

Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill was set to meet with Stoke City officials yesterday over the vacant managerial position, with assistant Roy Keane also expected to move if he takes the job.

"I am the type of person who relishes the chance to stand up and perform under pressure, I have had to do that my whole career".

"But he isn't creative enough if you want to challenge for the title and the Champions League".

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