​Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has refused to be drawn in on the news of Philippe Coutinho's name appearing on Nike's website in a Barcelona ad.

The Brazilian has long been linked with a move to the Camp Nou, and widespread reports claim that he will make the transition during this transfer window.


On Sunday, sportswear giants Nike made a quite the gaffe, advertising the player's name on their website with a reference to ​Barca, urging fans to get their Coutinho jerseys as quickly as possible.

"Philippe Coutinho is ready to light up Camp Nou," the ad read. "Get your 2017/18 FC Barcelona kit with the Magician’s name on it.

"Act fast—free personalisation only available until 6 January."

This is the biggest hint pointing to a January move for Coutinho. But having spoken to the press after Liverpool's 2-1 win over ​Burnley, Klopp claimed to be uninterested.

"I couldn't be less interested," he replied after being quizzed over Nike's oversight.

Coutinho himself was asked about the rumours recently, and told Sky Sports: "I always say the same thing. I try to enjoy the moment. 

"I like to play football and, every time when I go on the pitch, I try my best."

​​The Reds meanwhile, have finally completed the capture of Dutch defender Virgil van Dijk. The player was officially unveiled as a ​Liverpool player on Monday after completing the £75m transfer.

The club have also been linked with a move for Leon Goretzka, who apparently ​hasn't agreed to move to Bayern Munich, contrary to what was previously reported. So it will be interesting to see what happens from here.