Jurgen Klopp says he will not have to sell to balance the books following the pending £75million arrival of Virgil van Dijk — but stopped short of ruling out a departure for Philippe Coutinho. Liverpool will break a world record for a defender when the 26-year-old Dutchman signs from Southampton on Monday. The size of that fee has led to concerns that Brazil playmaker Coutinho, the subject of a failed summer £115m bid from Barcelona, is set to leave. But Klopp says that is not the situation. When asked if Van Dijk's arrival meant Coutinho was on his way, he said: 'Nobody told me that. I have no information about that. No.' Klopp was also asked why he would not make a statement saying Coutinho would not be leaving the club, with Barcelona rumoured to be on the verge of making another bid.