Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he is growing tired of frequently having to answer questions about the future of Philippe Coutinho.
Barcelona have held an interest in Philippe Coutinho, despite Liverpool maintaining that the Brazilian international is not for sale.
With the January transfer window edging closer, Klopp is having to deal with constant speculation regarding the midfielder, but the German has reiterated that “there is nothing to say” about the situation.
The 50-year-old told reporters: “I have no reason to think about it. We never spoke about transfers. Whatever I could say would not stop your questions, so I think I just don’t answer it. It’s just a bit of a waste of time. There is nothing to say at this moment.
“Nobody came to me and say he will be going away. I am fine with the situation how it is. I have no desire to have the story again until January.”