Klopp says Liverpool will not replace Coutinho this month

Posted January 30, 2018

With two days of the transfer window remaining it remains the position that Liverpool's only further business will involve exits.

Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno made successful returns to action at the weekend but Ragnar Klavan remains out with a muscle injury while Nathaniel Clyne is also still sidelined by a long-term back problem.

David Wagner, best man at Klopp's wedding, was equally emphatic about what lays in store for the Reds at a sold-out John Smith's Stadium. 'We can stop thinking about it.' He added that Liverpool's issues of late have been with defence, rather than attack.

The England worldwide sat out the FA Cup defeat to West Brom at the weekend and there have been reports recently suggesting he could be facing up to six week on the sidelines. We could have won at Swansea and exactly the same with the last game.

"We are both in situations where we really need the points". Does it mean we have a chance?

'Two weeks ago we had an 18-game unbeaten run and then you lose twice and everything feels different, ' he said.

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They could become just the second promoted club to win home Premier League games against Liverpool and Manchester United in the same season, after Portsmouth in 2003-04.

"Huddersfield's romantic start to their first ever Premier League season seems a distant memory".

"We have to find immediately (a way back) to the winning track, we need results to reach our targets, we know that".

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.

Despite spending £75m on Virgil van Dijk - a world-record for a defender - to sign him from Southampton, Liverpool have conceded eight goals in the four matches since he arrived.