Liverpool FC are considering a move to bring Philippe Coutinho back to Anfield.
Coutinho, who is currently at the Copa America with Brazil, has been linked with a transfer back to the Premier League after struggling to make his mark at FC Barcelona.
Manchester United has shown the strongest interest in Coutinho but, out of respect for his former side, he wouldn't consider a switch to them. The fact United aren't in the Champions League is another issue.
Chelsea, who are in the Champions League next season, want Coutinho to replace Eden Hazard - should their transfer ban be lifted - but it appears Liverpool might want to re-sign the Brazilian.
Jürgen Klopp is looking to improve his team and beat Manchester City to the Premier League crown.
According to 'Le10 Sport', a player Klopp would love to add to his squad is none other than Coutinho. After leaving to join Barça, Klopp believes he could bring out the best of the Brazilian again.
With Barça looking to sign both Neymar and Griezmann this summer, Coutinho is someone they would be happy to sell for the right price. The player himself cast doubt on his future at the Camp Nou in a recent interview. "I don't know if I'll stay at Barcelona. No one knows what the future holds. Right now I'm focused on playing for my national team."