A lot of reports have already mentioned that Coutinho is interested in joining Barcelona, but he will have to hand in a transfer request and force the issue if he wants to join them before the summer transfer closes.
Deeney is unlikely to play against Liverpool despite returning to training following a groin problem but Andre Gray, who arrived from Burnley for £18 million this week, is set for his debut.
Sources told ESPN FC on Wednesday that Liverpool had rejected a second bid from Barca worth up to €100 million (£90.7m). The statement read, "We wish to offer clarity as regards our position on a possible transfer of Philippe Coutinho".
Melissa Reddy (Goal) and James Pearce (Liverpool Echo), both recognized Liverpool correspondents, have revealed that the club has sternly denied those rumors. But, the Reds seem to be denying any such incident, and remain rigid on the fact that the Brazil global would not be going anywhere this season.
However, the Catalan side will not back down as they seek a replacement for Neymar who joined Paris Saint-Germain for a world record £200million this month.
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"I didn't think he would put in a transfer request, if I'm being honest", Carragher said on Sky Sports on Friday night.
Castles claims Liverpool are willing to do business with Barça, despite what the Reds and Klopp have been telling the club's fans in public over recent days.
However, it's apparent Coutinho could be a hard target to prise away, with Liverpool not wanting to lose another star to the Catalan giants in the same manner they were forced to sell Luis Suarez to the club in 2014.
Questioned on whether his job now was to keep Coutinho happy, Klopp added: "I can't keep players happy".
Although five-time European champions, most recently in 2005, the last of Liverpool's 18 English league titles came in 1990 - before the start of the Premier League era. It's just that Phil is not available for us and for me that's the bigger issue.