Liverpool won't sign Coutinho replacement in January: Klopp

Liverpool won't sign Coutinho replacement in January: Klopp

Javier Howell
January 30, 2018

Jurgen Klopp has urged his Liverpool FC side to quickly dust themselves down following their FA Cup loss to West Brom as they focus on their Premier League trip to Huddersfield next week.

Jurgen Klopp has said there is no chance Emre Can will leave Liverpool this month, even if that means he departs for free in the summer.

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson could start, having played half an hour in Saturday's FA Cup defeat by West Brom after four weeks out with a hamstring problem.

Huddersfield head coach David Wagner: "Liverpool have lost two games in a row".

The Terriers will bid to halt a six-game winless run in the top flight on Tuesday night to ease their relegation fears, while Klopp's men head to West Yorkshire on the back of two-straight defeats. It was not about creating chances, it was about different stuff. "In the short term, I don't think we will do a lot".

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"We need results to reach our targets but the solution is not out there in the transfer market". "Both had good moments in the game and were involved in a lot of good things, so [it's] very important for us, of course". We always have open eyes but there is not something out there for us.

Coutinho left for Barcelona in a deal worth 160 million euros on January 6th, but Liverpool are yet to reinvest any of those funds in their first-team squad. They are 12 points clear of second-placed Manchester United and 18 ahead of fourth-placed Liverpool.

However, Klopp says that while Lallana is certain to miss tomorrow's clash with Huddersfield he has a chance to be back in contention for the visit of Tottenham on Sunday afternoon.

Coutinho joined Barcelona for £142million this month, leaving Klopp without one of his squad's most potent attacking threats, but the German does not feel the need to rush out for an addition.