Liverpool have reiterated their stance that Philippe Coutinho is not for sale amid Paris Saint-Germain’s latest interest.
The Sun report that the Reds will not let him go at any price, even if the French champions are one of the few clubs in Europe who would be able to afford him.
PSG boss Unai Emery was in charge of the Sevilla side that beat the Reds in last season’s Europa League final, so Coutinho is a player he has admired for quite some time.
Yet, while the Brazilian has been at Anfield for just three years, it doesn’t look like that spell will come to an end any time soon.
The former Inter Milan attacker was also in high demand in the summer. Back then, PSG offered just £22.5m, which seems like a ridiculously low bid given his importance at Liverpool.
Coutinho has already scored seven goals for club and country this season, and unless he actively tries to force a move – though that can’t be ruled out if Liverpool miss out on European football once again – it seems he’ll be staying put.