Jurgen Klopp's refusal to sell Philippe Coutinho over the summer to Barcelona directly helped former club Dortmund with their own sale, according to Raphael Honigstein on the Totally Football Show. "I think Barcelona have signed a top, top player who suits perfectly the way they want to play for the last 20 years".
Mahrez was spectacular when Leicester won the league in the 2015-16 season, but he has been pretty hot and cold ever since.
"You can not use him if he's not 100 percent". The financial reward is vast. Not mid-season, ' Carragher said in his column for The Daily Telegraph.
Coutinho, 25, joined Liverpool in 2013. However, that fee has now nearly tripled after Coutinho's move to Barcelona.
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. No one knew how he would react on his return to the side.
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Lemar is one of the last remaining young gems to be plucked from Monaco after the mass-exodus last summer and Arsenal have vehemently chased the French worldwide for about a year now.
Coutinho was a popular lad, by all accounts and players are not stupid.
He reflected that Liverpool's game "worked with Phil really well, sometimes not" and that without him it worked "really well, sometimes not" but said they "don't have to think about that" now he has gone. AS Monaco's Thomas Lemar was a prime transfer target last summer but the move didn't occur and is unlikely to take place this month too.
"When they've lost one opportunity, you will never get the same player again". "[Any signing has to be] right before expensive".
The Reds want to bring in the Madrid midfielder as part of the replacement for Philippe Coutinho.
He insisted that while Coutinho is "a world-class player", he is not "that global class" or "Premier League class" if he's not at 100 per-cent. For all his skill, Coutinho is not a midfield maestro who consistently has a decisive effect on matches as Kevin De Bruyne, David Silva, Eden Hazard, Luka Modric, Thiago Alcantara or Andres Iniesta do.