Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has refused to give any guarantees over the future of Philippe Coutinho.
The Brazil international remains highly sought after by Spanish giants Barcelona after they saw three bids for him rejected in the Summer.
And when asked if he was sure the twenty-five year old would still be at Anfield after the January window closes, the German refused to make any commitment.
“Nothing – but I don’t think about it.” he said.
“Not for one second have I thought about that so far. I am not unsure, I am not sure, I don’t think about it.
“I have a team to prepare and no-one knows what will happen in the nice and calm January transfer window.
“It’s nice from an outside view but I have absolutely nothing to say.” he finished.
Barcelona are likely to return with more offers for Coutinho in the new year, but Klopp is unlikely to want to let him go mid-season.