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LIVERPOOL - Klopp: "Coutinho? We tried everything to convince him to stay"

12.01.2018 14.00 by Chiara Biondini  read 1410
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Jurgen Klopp has just arrived for his Liverpool press conference and has been asked about Philippe Coutinho's move to Barcelona.

"There was no other option. We tried everything to convince him to stay here and carry on together. It was his dream and it is the truth when I say he would only leave for one club. I knew it would come up again in the transfer window and I knew it would be very difficult. He wasn’t ready to do it anymore. He did fantastic in the first half of the season after what happened in the summer."

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