We are ready to buy Coutinho in January - Barcelona chief warns Liverpool

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Liverpool are determined not to lose Philippe Coutinho in January.

'We are ready to buy Coutinho in the winter market or any player the technical staff request, ' said Grau.

"We want to have the most competitive squad possible".

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El Mundo Deportivo now report Barca are "still in regular contact" with the 25-year-old, who has scored three goals for Jurgen Klopp's men this season.

"I don't think it's going to happen in January, I don't think they've got intention of making it in January", Balague told Sky Sports, per the Express.

Barca were thwarted in their attempt to prise Coutinho away from Anfield during the summer with Liverpool placing a reported 200 million euros ($238 million, Sh23.8 billion) asking price on the midfielder.

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Phillippe Coutinho was literally chased all summer by Barcelona during the summer, but it is believed that the Reds rejected three bids from the Catalan giants.

Liverpool will continue to refuse to enter into negotiations with Barcelona over the transfer of Philippe Coutinho, despite the La Liga side's insistence that they have not given up on the move. The midfielder missed Liverpool's opening matches of the new season due to a reported back injury, only to score for Brazil when he joined up with the Selecao for worldwide duty.

It would be a big move, swapping his homeland for Brazil, but if Coutinho does move on he may find it hard to replace a man he is likely to idolise given the latter's own journey.

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