In a statement on Friday, the club's owners said its "definitive stance" was that "no offers will be considered".
Barcelona are fast running out of options in their hunt for a replacement for Neymar - who moved to PSG in a £198m deal - with another target, Ousmane Dembele, also blocked from moving by Borussia Dortmund.
According to a Sky Sports News report, Liverpool have so far rejected two bids from FC Barcelona for Coutinho, with the latest offer worth up to £90.4 million (around $115 million).
"We knew also there would be a qualification game (for Champions League spot), and now it is coming up".
And Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp followed that statement up in his press conference, declaring: "I think when somebody like FSG says it then that's THE statement".
Clyney had a problem from the first day and now Phil with the back, so that makes it four players and that's not too cool but now I have to make hard decisions because a few players really showed up in pre-season. "The rest is between me and all the boys".
"The board want him to stay, this is not a situation where Liverpool need money or to cash in", Liverpool great Steven Gerrard, the club's under-18 coach, said this week about the Coutinho situation. The Reds will go full force from the off in their recognizable pressing style and we should keep a close eye on Mohamed Salah who has been an instant fit with the Anfield club.
Liverpool fans will be hoping Philippe Coutinho is still a Reds player by the end of the week.
He was Liverpool's leading scorer with 14 goals in all competitions last term, a season that saw Klopp's men secure a fourth-placed finish in the Premier League.
SoundCloud secures new investment - and gets a new CEO
It has been reported that investors the Raine Group and Singapore - headquartered investment company Temasek added the new funds. Ljung will continue to serve as chairman, and co-founder Eric Wahlforss will stay with SoundCloud as chief product officer.
Trump on North Korea; Google scandal; Trouble at Snap
ET (1434 GMT), the Toronto Stock Exchange's S&P/TSX composite index fell 70.95 points, or 0.47 percent, to 15,146.38. Crude oil prices tumbled on the back of the selloff on Wall Street and lingering concerns over global oversupply.
Swiss franc, yen rise as North Korea tensions brew
Dillard's slumped 15.5 percent after the chain booked a loss for the second quarter as increased inventory led to big discounts. Health care equipment and services company Henry Schein declined amid a broader slide by health care stocks.
Now 544 robots will take on terrorists in Kashmir
"I will specifically praise the Jammu & Kashmir police for working hard (towards eliminating terrorists)", he said. As per media reports, around 544 robots have been approved to be deployed in the Kashmir Valley.