Jurgen Klopp has reportedly decided that he will not make a move for Barcelona winger Ousmane Dembele this summer. The German is happy with his attacking options for the season and doesn't feel the need to add to them despite being linked with the Frenchman all summer.
Dembele is believed to be angry at Barcelona, and many are expecting him to force a move away from the club as a result of their latest transfer dealings.
The former Borussia Dortmund winger's debut season at Camp Nou was tricky to say the least - marred by injury, blocking his chances in the first team. It was believed that Dembele might leave this summer as a result, and now that Barca have signed Malcom, he's now said to be seriously considering his options.
Klopp is happy with what he has on offer in the attacking third of the pitch, having signed Xherdan Shaqiri to add to the already devastating quality of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane.
This causes a problem for Dembele, with Liverpool believed to be the only team who has registered a serious interest in the youngster this summer.
There is no word on whether Barcelona are actively looking to sell their man, or in fact if they're even willing to listen to any offers for him, but they'll be keen to at least recoup the £144m shelled out for Dembele last summer - meaning this deal certainly will not be a cheap one for any side.