Klopp responds to talk Liverpool have quoted Barcelona for Coutinho

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The scoreline was harsh on Brighton, but the result will serve as a reminder to Hughton and his team that they still have plenty of work to do to fully settle into life in the Premier League.

Both the teams will play in the Amex Stadium and it is the home game for Brighton & Hove Albion.

Spanish publication Don Balon say the Reds have supposedly asked Barcelona for Sergi Roberto in a move that has not gone down well at the Nou Camp.

Klopp has rotated his midfielders and attackers in recent games so we could see the likes of Daniel Sturridge, Jordan Henderson, Philippe Coutinho and Mohamed Salah all recalled this weekend. Solid, dependable, unspectacular: all the usual adjectives that are used to describe this wily old pro. Furthermore, the home side have drawn each of their last four home games, a streak they would enjoy ending against Jurgen Klopp's in-form side who have been undefeated in nine of their last 10 Premier League outings.

The Liverpool player made it clear that before they can start thinking about the World Cup, there are other things the players need to be focusing on - including their own clubs.

Wijnaldum on the left of the back three frequently look a little lost, not knowing where to position himself or who should be marking whom. Some of the changes made were forced upon the German but he improvised with the personnel he had available and it worked.

The defence could not be blamed for the penalty though, from which Murray scored, as the justification for giving it seemed flimsy at best. They've got pace and that's the hardest thing to deal with.

The Brighton striker reduced the deficit from the spot following a soft penalty award before Coutinho's cunning free-kick under the opposition wall restored their three-goal cushion.

Premier League giants Liverpool stood firm in the summer but will reportedly accept an offer of £127million next month with Barcelona eyeing a replacement for veteran Andres Iniesta.