RB Leipzig coach Ralph Hasenhuttl has sent out a warning over the future of midfielder Naby Keita.
Liverpool are very keen to sign the Guinea international this Summer, but the Bundesliga club are not looking to allow him to move on.
And Hasenhuttl has said that the Champions League qualifiers are not prepared to sell any of their star names as clubs continue to be linked with bids.
“You can tell them that they feel very comfortable and look forward to the new season,” he told Kicker.
“They know very well what they have with us.
“Our goal is to become a large and established club.
“It is a huge compliment for us that we have aroused such desires.
“But it is not the purpose and purpose of our journey to let our players get their first offer.
“Our goal is to become a large and established club, and that is what we have done this summer, a significant step towards it.” he finished.
Liverpool reportedly had an offer worth close to £60m rejected by Leipzig for Keita last week.