Philippe Coutinho has stated he is not interested in joining Barcelona, but wants to be part of a word-class team at Liverpool.
Coutinho committed his long-term future to the Anfield club, signing an extension that’ll keep him at the club till 2021.
The Brazil international has stated he would rather help Klopp make Liverpool a force to reckon with than join Barcelona.
“I believe in finding somewhere you can express yourself, play without fear, play with everything you have,” he told the Daily Mail. “When you find that place, stay.
“This club, Liverpool, it has a plan: to be back on the top, and that’s what I believe in. I want to be part of that.
“From the owner, the manager, my team-mates. There is nothing that stops us competing with the big clubs. Clubs in England. Clubs in Europe. Yes, clubs like Barcelona. Why not?
“This is a great club. I remember how helpful everyone was when I first came to England, like a family. They made me welcome, comfortable. They removed any obstacles, they allowed me to think first about football and second about football. I remember that.
“For certain, I am comfortable here, my family is comfortable here. No doubts.”