That honor belongs exclusively to Juventus forward Paulo Dybala. However, everyone has a price and although the manager wants to retain him, he would have no choice but to agree to his sale if an exceptional offer came in. The Spanish club's courting of the Brazilian has, even more than Leipzig's rebuff, reminded Liverpool of their status in the big-club pecking order. He runs the league's expansion plans and is also spearheading MLS's video review, which debuts Aug. 5. Virgil van Dijk will probably end up at Anfield despite the shambolic attempt to sign the Southampton defender in June.
Le Parisien confirmed the news that was later reported by SPORT. No one at Anfield is going to like the answer to that question.
If the answer is no you need to take a long, hard look at yourself.
No, Messi doesn't want Coutinho, but he does want another Premier League star.
Last week Klopp said of Coutinho: "I'm not surprised that any clubs are interested in players at Liverpool".
Over the years, the 29-year-old star has proved that he is a world class midfielder.
Murphy went on: 'They'd lose a bit of creativity that Coutinho brings, but there are players out there you could get for less money who might give you just as much output.
The Catalan giants have found themselves in a spot of bother with all fingers pointing towards a Neymar exit.