Liverpool have told Paris Saint-Germain that Philippe Coutinho is not for sale at any price, reports The Sun.
PSG are long-term admirers of the Brazilian and have been trying to lure him away from Anfield for months.
However, Coutinho’s impressive start to the season – which has yielded four goals in eight appearances – means Liverpool have no intention of letting the 24-year-old leave.
The Sun claim PSG have a £22.5m offer for Coutinho rejected this summer, but with new boss Unai Emery at the helm, the Ligue 1 champions are willing to table a new offer.
PSG remain keen on the former Inter Milan man, who joined Liverpool for £8.5m in 2013.
But an exit is not on the cards for Coutinho, and recent reports have even suggested he will be offered a new long-term deal to fend off PSG’s interest.
Coutinho only signed a contract extension 18 months ago, but his importance to the side is set to make Liverpool act again.
With the international break now over, Klopp will need Coutinho to continue his form against rivals Manchester United on Monday (8pm) at Anfield.