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.
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